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UNESCO Biosphere

UNESCO Biosphere

In November 2020, KPMG in the Isle of Man became a UNESCO Biosphere partner.

In November 2020, KPMG in the Isle of Man became a UNESCO Biosphere partner.

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Left: DEFA Minister, Geoffrey Boot, Right: Partner, Kristan King

KPMG has announced its intention to become a net-zero carbon organisation by 2030, as part of its continued commitment to the planet and the communities in which it operates.

In November 2020, KPMG in the Isle of Man became a UNESCO Biosphere partner.

Since partnering with UNESCO Biosphere we have worked together to organise a webinar, 'Buiding a Sustainable Future' with Global Head of KPMG IMPACTRichard Threlfall

During the webinar Richard discussed sustainability, climate change and the implications for business with the aim of helping Manx businesses use more sustainable practices.

Read our press release to learn more about the webinar and KPMG's new climate commitments.

 

About UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man

The Isle of Man's UNESCO biosphere status encourages us to learn about and cherish what we have on island and safeguard it for the future by making good decisions, as individuals, as organisations and as an Island.

It is a member of the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves which connects people with nature, celebrates our sense of place, working for a sustainable future.

Visit their website to learn more.

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