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Race to Zero: How Finance Can Tackle the Climate Crisis

This special event included a contribution from His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales who opened the event, sharing his thoughts on why the finance and accounting community has such an important role in tackling climate change.

During the event, A4S and CFOs from the COP26 Principal Partners explored the role of the finance community in driving climate action in the run up to this year’s UN Climate Conference (COP26).

The event covered the practical actions CFOs and their teams are taking as well as remaining challenges in the Race to Zero.

The event also marked the release of A4S's Net Zero guidance for finance teams.

Speakers:

  • Jessica Fries, Executive Chairman, A4S (Moderator) 
  • Andy Agg, Chief Financial Officer, National Grid 
  • Katie Murray, Chief Financial Officer, NatWest Group 
  • Gregor Alexander, Finance Director, SSE 
  • Simon Robson, Group Chief Financial Officer, Sky 
  • Andrew Griffith MP, UK COP26 Net Zero Business Champion

NET ZERO GUIDANCE

To support commitments and achieve net zero emissions, A4S have produced a series of guides, case studies and top tips. 

STATEMENT OF SUPPORT

The signatories of our Statement of Support have made a collective commitment to play their part in the transition towards a net zero emissions world.

Accounting for Sustainability is a Charitable Incorporated Organization, registered charity number 1195467. Accounting for Sustainability is part of The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation (PWCF) Group of Charities.
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