PwC operates throughout the world and is a leader in its sector. Particular responsibilities come with that sort of status. That’s why PwC takes an interest in the economic, social and environmental conditions in the countries in which it operates, advises clients and conducts audits. Being a leader means that we have to look at more than just professional qualifications and show what we can do for society and in human terms.
Our environmental stewardship efforts are focused on reducing our carbon footprint. To do so we’ve set various reduction targets which we review and measure each year. Specific measures include building our offices according to Minergie sustainable construction standards, reducing and recycling waste on all PwC premises, and cutting down on travel by using technology such as online meeting tools.
These environmental guidelines reflect our general attitude to environmental matters and the principles and practices we apply in our business operations.
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