PwC win Sustainability Consultancy of the Year
PwC’s sustainability and climate change practice have won Consultancy of the Year at the Business Green Leaders Awards in London.

 Fuente:   Fecha: 13.07.2011

PwC win Sustainability Consultancy of the Year

The awards recognise leaders and shapers of the emerging low carbon economy. The judging process demanded clear evidence that the firm was promoting sustainable behaviour amongst clients, that the services the firm was providing were helping to reduce environmental impacts and that the team were helping to shape the wider debate on the future of the low carbon economy.

PwC were also recognised for their investment in the Sustainability and Climate Change consultancy team’s development and expansion globally, how they delivered substantial and quantifiable improvements in their environmental performance, and were committed to promoting fundamental changes in business models.

Ian Powell, chairman and senior partner, PwC said: "PwC’s track record in sustainability stretches back over 15 years and we have made a conscious decision to invest in the practice, embedding sustainability in everything we do with our clients and people because we believe that it is fundamentally changing the shape of the economy."
Malcolm Preston, global leader, PwC sustainability and climate change, said: "We’ve got a dedicated, passionate and high performance team, who work to make business and economic sense of climate change and environmental issues. The award recognises their fantastic work, and their global impact in developing and implementing sustainable business and economic strategies."
PwC’s global sustainability and climate change team of around 800, is led by the firm’s 100 strong UK practice. Specialists work across the complete range of sustainability impacts and business opportunities including environmental science, economics, carbon reporting and trading, CSR strategy, resource planning and supply chain, reporting and measurement, biodiversity, financing, environmental tax and regulation, renewables and clean tech.