KPMG is proud to be a gold sponsor of this year’s Climate Week. Taking place in NYC on September 19 – 25, the theme of this year’s conference is all about Getting It Done. Through celebrating climate action, challenging ourselves to do more, and exploring ways to increase ambition, Climate Week NYC inspires, amplifies and provides a global platform for connection and discussion. Through our own core events, opportunities to engage with our partners, and the Climate Week NYC official events program, we invite you to be a part of the biggest climate event on earth.
A CONVERSATION WITH ROB FISHER, IMPACT AND ESG LEADER, KPMG US
LEARN ABOUT BUILDING RESILIENCE FROM KATHERINE BLUE, ESG ADVISORY LEADER
JOIN US VIRTUALLY FOR AN EXECUTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
Getting It Done: Being Accountable
September 20 | 11:30 AM – 12:40 PM ET
Committing to climate action means nothing without accountability. We all need to hold ourselves answerable to the promises we’ve made. And we all play a part in holding others to their commitments—especially those who aren’t committing at all. With climate strategies and actions being scrutinized more than ever, being accountable must become as important as commitments themselves.
Rob Fisher, US ESG Leader, KPMG LLP
Angela Barranco, Executive Director for North America at the Climate Group
Mark Campanale, Founder & Executive Chairman, Carbon Tracker
Helen Clarkson, Chief Executive Officer at Climate Group
Abbie Dillen, President at Earthjustice
Jerome Foster II, Youth Climate Advisor at the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council
Mike Rann, Chair of UK Board at Climate Group
Judith Wiese, Chief People and Sustainability Officer, Member of the Managing Board, Siemens