South Africa

Climate Change & Sustainability 

Business leaders across the world must respond to environmental and social changes: from population growth, urbanisation and expanding wealth to resource scarcity, declining ecosystems and climate change. If a company is to successfully manage the risks and opportunities of these changes, and build a business that is sustainable in the long term, it needs to go on a journey.

KPMG's Climate Change & Sustainability (CC&S) South Africa practice has been established is to assist businesses, investors and policymakers in better understanding the complex and evolving policy, regulatory, and business environment risks and opportunities relating to climate change and sustainability and to help them capitalise on the resultant commercial opportunities.


KPMG's global network means we have in-depth understanding of the economic, political, environmental and social landscapes wherever your organization may operate. At the same time, member firms are closely connected through our Global Center of Excellence. This means that, whatever challenge you face, we can put together a knowledgeable team with international experience to help you.


We work side-by-side with KPMG professionals from tax, audit and advisory including sector specialists, management consultants, tax accountants and experts in IT, supply chain, infrastructure, international development and more. You won’t receive generic advice and one-size-fits-all solutions from us, instead you can benefit from a hand-picked multi-disciplinary team.



The journey to a sustainable business model


Phase 1: Analyze
Phase 2: Plan
Phase 3: Implement
Phase 4: Monitor
Phase 5: Report & assure
Phase 6: Evaluate


Shireen Naidoo

Shireen Naidoo


+27 (0)83 381 9235

Unlocking the Value of Social Investment

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This edition of Sustainable Insight explores corporate and foundation approaches to measuring and reporting social investment, and presents a framework for better measurement and reporting.

A New Vision of Value: Connecting corporate and societal value creation

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A company’s externalities have, historically, had little or no impact on its cash flows or risk profile. For this reason, externalities have been largely excluded from the measurement of corporate value.