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Gabrielle Wyborn

Associate Director - Climate Change and Sustainability Services 

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Climate Change and Sustainability insights and publications 

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Latest Publications

The essentials of materiality assessment Gearing up for green bonds

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Have you considered issuing a green bond?
Green bonds are an increasingly attractive mechanism for raising capital to fund projects with an environmental benefit.


Globally KPMG has provided advice and assurance services to some of the first organisations to issue green bonds including clients in Australia, India and the United Kingdom.


Our latest briefing paper Sustainable Insight: Gearing up for green bonds highlights opportunities and challenges in the green bond market, and provides guidance on the process of issuing a green bond.

The essentials of materiality assessment A New Vision of Value

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This report – the follow-up to the 2012 report Expect the Unexpected – explores the increasing connections between corporate and societal value creation.


Externalities have been largely excluded from the measurement of corporate value because, historically, they have had little or no impact on cash flows or risk profiles. However, economic, social and environmental megaforces are transforming the operating landscape for business. As a result new regulations, growing stakeholder influence and changing market dynamics are driving the internalisation of business externalities at an increasing rate. Externalities are now part of every company’s value creation story.


Climate Change and Sustainability Services

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Climate Change and Sustainability Services focuses on increasing long-term shareholder value to drive financial performance.

GRI G4 Guidelines

In this audio recording KPMG highlights the five most significant changes with the Global Reporting Initiative's G4 sustainabiltiy reporting guidelines.