FTI Consulting Commits to Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030
Inaugural Corporate Sustainability Report Outlines Company’s Environmental, Social and Governance Approach in Addition to Previously Disclosed Diversity and Inclusion Goals
The Company will identify emission reduction targets for Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions, as well as business travel, in 2022 and intends to work toward having these goals validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (“SBTi”). The commitment was made as part of FTI Consulting’s inaugural Corporate Sustainability Report, which explains the Company’s approach to its environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) risks and opportunities, programs, policies, practices and goals.
As a participant to the United Nations’ Global Compact (“UNGC”),
FTI Consulting’s Corporate Sustainability Report describes Company-specific sustainability initiatives that seek to align with established reporting frameworks and standards, including the
The report also describes the Company’s previously stated goals to attract, develop and promote leading professionals in the market, including:
- Reaching 165 female Senior Managing Directors by 2025, an increase of 65% compared to 2020.
- Reaching 120 underrepresented minority Senior Managing Directors by 2025, more than twice the number compared to 2020.
- Extending the Company’s 50/50 gender-balanced hiring target from the campus and graduate level to include Consultant and Senior Consultant levels.
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