Deloitte reports FY2020 revenue

  • Net-zero by 2030: We commit to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 for our own operations, ahead of the 2050 timeframe set by the Paris Agreement. Specific goals include reducing business travel; sourcing 100 percent renewable energy for our buildings; converting 100 percent of our fleet to hybrid and electric vehicles; and engaging with our major suppliers to adopt science-based targets. We will invest in market solutions for emissions we cannot eliminate.
  • Operating green: We will align our climate policies, practices, and actions across our organization by designating a senior leader to be responsible for climate in each geography; prioritizing discussion of climate change on executive agendas; and embedding climate-smart considerations into decisions on office operations, real estate, and investments.
  • Empowering individuals: By engaging and educating our employees on climate change impacts – decisions about what they consume, use, and buy – we will enable our people to make positive climate choices at home and at work, with the aim that they will thus amplify their learnings through their personal networks.
  • Engaging ecosystems: We will collaborate with clients, alliance partners, NGOs, industry groups, suppliers, and others to address climate change at a systems and operations level.

“Mitigating the impacts of climate change is a monumental task. Yet, we know progress is possible if we act collectively,” says Renjen. “While it is essential that everyone – from governments to NGOs to individuals – act to protect our planet, we believe businesses, including Deloitte, can play a key role by addressing our own operations, innovating new solutions to old ways of doing business, and influencing and assisting others to act.”

WorldClass

In FY2020, Deloitte expanded the reach and impact of WorldClass[12], our global societal impact initiative. Through WorldClass, our people are giving their time – now virtually in most cases – to help develop job skills, improve educational outcomes, and expand opportunities with the goal of reaching 50 million people worldwide by 2030. This year, we invested US$265 million in local communities around the world. Through WorldClass initiatives, we reached 7.1 million individuals in FY2020 for a total of 11.7 million since launching the program three years ago.

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