Sustainability Tax: net zero transition and tax function strategy

Join us for the next installment in our Sustainability Tax webcast series discussing how your tax function can be an asset in net zero transition.
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Total duration: 60 minutes

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The global sustainability funding landscape is complex and multifaceted, requiring a dedicated approach, processes, and technology to navigate tax implications and deliver value. Recognizing the importance of tax considerations in investing in a long-term approach and function to identify, capture, and sustain funding can significantly benefit your organization as it adapts to meet the demands of the net zero transition and fulfill its commitments to stakeholders.

Join panelists from EY’s Sustainability Tax practice and Dr. Melissa Lott, Professor at Columbia University’s Climate School, for the next installment in our quarterly series of webcasts discussing how your tax function can be an asset in net zero transition. This event is designed to provide insights into the long-term strategic approach required to leverage government funding programs effectively as part of your organization’s transition to net zero.

Panelists

  • Dr. Melissa Lott, Professor, Columbia Climate School, Columbia University
  • Roxane Markarian, Global Head of Sustainability, Quantitative Services, Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
  • Kevin Dehner, Managing Director, Sustainability Tax Center of Excellence, Ernst & Young LLP (US)

Moderator

  • Kristen Gray, EY Americas Sustainability & ESG Tax Leader

EY webcast managed and produced by Ernst & Young LLP’s Tax Technical Knowledge Services Group, Washington, DC: Lynn Fairfax

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