Existential risk of failureDecarbonisation is increasing, and costs of transition are reducing, but impacts are here already, and our current trajectory will significantly overshoot 1.5 degrees of global warming
Transform or orderly exitPractical implications for the transformation or managed exit of sunset industries and the role of insolvency professionals
Lessons from the pandemicOpportunities to leverage lessons from national and multilateral approaches to COVID-19
How do we equip ourselves?Strategic alignment - partners, members, and firms are discussing how to align programs and services to the task
INSOL RoadmapAn idea that INSOL International initiates a roadmap for maximising global economic value through policy, regulatory frameworks, capability and funding schemes to support businesses through the decades of decarbonisation.
If companies and industries fail to adjust they will fail to exist - Mark Carney, Governor, Bank of England 2019
Climate change is proven and impacts are accelerating
National commitments are increasing but do not match the Paris Agreement
Threats to financial sustainability:
- Severe weather damage to property, infrastructure & trade
- Transition risk – costs, loss of value in capital stock and carbon intensive industries
- Demands for compensation
International Panel on Climate Change 2021
Strategy shaping questions
What role do our members play in restructuring and turnaround for carbon exposed companies?
Can we set out a roadmap to maximise global value through decarbonisation?
Are we equipped for this role?