We understand the importance of the changing climate and strong environmental management. We continue to look for opportunities to reduce our impacts and associated emissions, including through energy and resource efficiency, waste prevention, sustainable travel and supply chain engagement. We are proud to have adopted sector-leading science-based targets, committing to reducing our carbon emissions by at least 50% by 2030.
How we work
We are proud of our purpose and our values which ensure that we approach and undertake our work with integrity. Our Ethical Code underlines this commitment. Our market-leading ESG practice seeks to advise clients on a range of environmental, social and governance issues and we are conscious of the need to follow our own advice in our own operations.
We want to be known as the ‘best in class’ firm for diversity & inclusion. Our people should feel safe at work, be fairly-rewarded and see their health and wellbeing properly addressed. As a responsible business, it is important that we create an inclusive culture in which everyone – regardless of background, identity and circumstance – can reach their full potential.
Our supply chain
Our Supplier Code of Conduct and Sustainable Procurement Policy set out our expectation that our suppliers will maintain the highest standards of human rights and sustainability in their workplace and wider operations. We work with providers including social enterprises and minority-owned businesses and aim for an open dialogue and a collaborative approach to issues such as climate change, a Living Wage and social mobility.
We are driven to make a difference, to our clients and to the world we live in. Our social impact work is about empowering people around the world and helping them to transform their lives. We seek to achieve this by drawing on all our skills and capabilities, investing millions in time and money every year across hundreds of causes and locations globally.