Recent Release | 11 Nov 2022

2022 Climate Check: Business’ views on climate action ahead of COP27

Thought Leadership Team

Oxford Economics

In the last year, the world has been upended by the war in Ukraine, soaring inflation, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic—each of which has competed for the attention and funds needed to address climate change.

Ahead of this year’s COP27, Deloitte teamed up with Oxford Economics to understand the climate initiatives currently being taken by business, as well as the reasoning by the business leaders behind these efforts. The resulting survey of 700 executives worldwide sheds new light on their goals, concerns, and tradeoffs surrounding the climate crisis in a world of competing priorities.

The study’s key findings include:

About the team

Our Thought Leadership team produces original, evidence-based research made accessible to decision-makers and opinion leaders. Principals for this project included:

Seth Greene

Managing Editor, Thought Leadership

Sundus Alfi
Sundus Alfi

Senior Research Manager, Thought Leadership

Kayla Luparello

Research Associate, Thought Leadership

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