Climate Change & Sustainability 

To build a sustainable business, business leaders need to respond to environmental and social changes. For a company to successfully manage the risks and opportunities of these changes, it needs to go on a journey. KPMG member firms work with organisations on that journey. Our Climate Change & Sustainability professionals can support you from start to finish, or at specific points on the journey where you need help the most.
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Sharad Somani
Head of Climate Change & Sustainability Services

+65 6213 2276


A holistic communication of business performance helps companies stand apart from their peers in an increasingly competitive global marketplace. KPMG's Climate Change & Sustainability (CC&S) practice operates in more than 60 countries. Our professionals work to better understand, control, measure and improve clients' business performance in the area of corporate sustainability.

With industry knowledge and experience, our CC&S practice professionals can deliver insights and advice that translate into value for leading organizations in major regions in the world.

Our multi-disciplinary services draw on the broad range of disciplines across Audit, Tax and Advisory within KPMG in Singapore and member firms around the world.

How we can help

KPMG's CC&S practice provides insights and strategies to help companies manage the business implications of sustainability and climate change.

The team assists clients in making sense of the confusing and, at times, inconsistent approaches to corporate sustainability reporting. These include helping them choose appropriate ways to report and gain third-party assurance on their activities.

Our multi-disciplinary team also helps clients develop strategies to embrace planned and likely changes in environmental regulation; and to invest wisely in energy efficiency, renewable energy and trusted carbon offset and trading schemes.

Where appropriate, clients are guided through the important tax, insurance and non-financial implications of their approach to dealing with climate change.