30th June 2020
Invaluable insight and guidance for directors on the topic of Climate Change has been published in this Chapter Zero Toolkit.
Established in June 2019, Chapter Zero’s goal is to help chairs and non-executive directors address the challenge of managing the transition to a net zero carbon economy; protecting asset values, adapting to physical risks and reducing emissions. It is part of the World Economic Forum Climate Governance Initiative.
Chapter Zero is supported by Mark Tucker, Chair of HSBC; David Tyler, Chair of Hammerson; Sir John Kingman, Chair of L&G; and Sarah Bates, Chair of MerianGlobal Investors and Polar Capital Technology Trust.It has been formed in partnership with ICAEW, the CBI, the Royal Institution and Carbon Trust, and is hosted by Hughes Hall.
This toolkit has been developed for Chapter Zero, the directors’ climate forum, by The Berkeley Partnership working with the Hughes Hall Centre for Climate Change Engagement in Cambridge.