This November, all eyes will be on the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, where governments will convene to reach agreements for accelerating efforts towards a low-carbon economy and limiting global temperature rise below 1.5°C.
To address the global climate emergency, aggressive commitments and action for decarbonisation are needed from governments, industry, businesses and communities alike.
WSP’s climate change and sustainability experts will be closely following the discussions, negotiations, and agreements to provide our clients and stakeholders with insights that will help prepare for the transition to a low-carbon future.
As sustainability leaders, we have a crucial role to play in finding solutions to some of the world’s biggest environmental and social challenges. We have made our own commitment to achieve Net Zero emissions across our value chain by 2040 using science-based greenhouse gas reduction targets. In addition, our Future Ready innovation program challenges and inspires our people to work with clients to implement solutions that are both ready for today and the years to come.
Whether we are delivering high-speed rail systems, designing transportation infrastructure to provide access to remote communities or supporting adaptation to climate change risks, we are committed to providing solutions for a greener future.