Richard Hattersley Editor AccountingWEB Share this content Advertisement Guide Sponsored Grow your firm's services with Capital Advisory Industry insights Konsolidator 14th Jan 2022 What does data-driven finance mean to you? BTCSoftware 23rd Dec 2021 Wind down for the festive break with us CaseWare 23rd Dec 2021 Get to grips with the basis period reform changes View more No Accounting for Taste ep103: Accountants gear up for climate action Matt Portt, the founder of Portt & Co, joins the AccountingWEB team to explain what his accountancy firm is doing to tackle the climate emergency. 4th Nov 2021 Richard Hattersley Editor AccountingWEB Share this content AccountingWEBUK · No Accounting for Taste ep103: Accountants gear up for climate action As world leaders gather in Glasgow this week for Cop26, the accounting profession is asking what role it has to play in the climate crisis. Bigger accountancy firms have typically owned this space, while previously some smaller firms have been left wondering what impact they could possibly have. But purpose-driven firms like Matt Portt’s are now stepping forward and are making environmental, social, and corporate governance matters part of their culture. With Cop26 in full swing, we'll find out why Portt and Co embraced sustainability and what it means for their practice, employees and clients. The AccountingWEB team also take a look back at last week’s Budget - was it a non-event for accountants or were there some rabbits hiding in the undergrowth of the Budget Red Book? Stories discussed on the podcast Autumn Budget 2021 at a glance Thin gruel for self-employed and contractors Budget 2021: Where were the green tax measures? Urgent climate update: Accountants gear for action We will focus more on the accounting profession’s role in tackling climate change at AccountingWEB Live Expo at Coventry on 1-2 December. You can register now to book your free tickets for the exhibition. Tags: Budget Sustainability Water cooler Share this content Leave a comment Richard Hattersley Editor AccountingWEB Richard is the editor of AccountingWEB. If you have any comments or suggestions for us get in touch. Read more from Richard Hattersley Replies (0) Please login or register to join the discussion. There are currently no replies, be the first to post a reply.