The biggest difference we can make is to help EY clients on their journeys to decarbonize their businesses, creating value for all stakeholders from sustainable action, including financial value for their investors. We are going to increase investments in the services and solutions that will continue to make EY a global leader in sustainability.
This includes a significant increase in the investments into our Climate Change and Sustainability Services capability, together with our Strategy, Consulting and Tax Service Lines. EY clients are increasingly asking for support in creating value from sustainability, accelerating their transition to a lower-carbon future and navigating the challenges and opportunities from the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) arena.
We will increase EY investment into several of our key Alliances to help clients take advantage of the leading-edge technology solutions available today. We will also continue carrying out activities in numerous multi-stakeholder sustainability alliances: in work on metrics and reporting with World Economic Forum International Business Council, the creation and leadership of the S30, membership in the Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders and work with the UN Global Compact and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development.
We will also continue to invest in our people by equipping them with the skills and knowledge necessary to lead on climate action at home, at work, and in their delivery of exceptional client service.
Last year, EY created two training programs with sustainability elements: the EY Tech MBA and the EY Badges program. EY Badges offers structured learning for EY people to earn accreditation in a range of subject domains, including a Badge in Climate Change & Sustainability. The EY Tech MBA by Hult International Business School enables EY people to navigate the technology, leadership and business challenges ahead. Individuals studying for the MBA build their own personal curriculum from a broad range of subject areas, including purpose, personal well-being, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability.