How we contribute to the global agenda

While our top seven sustainability challenges are more relevant to the core activities of our Firm and allow us to make strategic changes; the remaining eight sustainability topics allow us to contribute to the global agenda. Some of them are part of our long standing systemic Corporate Responsibility approach, which we have pursued since 2007. We particularly focus on and continuously develop Diversity and Inclusion, Responsible Procurement, Environmental Stewardship and Community Engagement.

Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity & Inclusion matter to us as we see it as an essential element for our own sustainability. It goes beyond hiring people with different characteristics; it’s about ensuring everyone feels welcome, safe and accepted. This way, we create the collective value that our clients and society expect from us.

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Responsible Procurement 

A company’s entire supply chain can make a significant impact in achieving sustainable development. PwC Luxembourg is doing its part by integrating long-term practices into our activities. For example, in our supply chain we choose suppliers who respect fundamental human rights, are conscious of social and ethical concerns, and reduce negative environmental impact where possible.

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Our Environmental Impact

In 2019, the Earth’s Overshoot Day fell on July 29, the earliest date in 30 years. On this date, human demand for natural resources and services has officially surpassed what our planet can realistically regenerate within a year.

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Community Engagement

At PwC, our community investments are part of our purpose: to build trust in society and solve important problems. While we make the biggest impact by helping our clients tackle those challenges that are underpinned by society, we are also able to build communities where people and businesses can thrive by sharing their greatest asset: the skills, knowledge and talent of their people. 

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