Corporate Sustainability Report 2020
At FTI Consulting, we aim to successfully anticipate the Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) risks and opportunities that are unique to our company. Within our inaugural Corporate Sustainability Report, we announced our commitment to reaching net-zero greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions by 2030.
We believe proactively identifying and addressing ESG risks and opportunities are both integral to sustaining our strong growth trajectory and critical to maintaining our license to operate in today’s dynamic market. Throughout this report, we share our approach to our company’s unique ESG risks and opportunities, our ESG-related programs, policies and commitments and our ambitions to deliver for all of our stakeholders.
As a participant to the United Nations’ (“UN”) Global Compact, FTI Consulting supports the Ten Principles (the “Principles”) on human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. The UN Global Compact and its Principles are ingrained in our culture, policies and day-to-day operations. Our commitment to these Principles as well as the UN Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”) is detailed in this report.
FTI Consulting’s disclosures reflect our company-specific sustainability initiatives that seek to align with established reporting frameworks and standards, including the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (“TCFD”) and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (“SASB”). In 2021, we also responded for the first year to the Carbon Disclosure Project (“CDP”) Climate Change questionnaire. These disclosures are reflective of our commitment to transparent reporting of our sustainability journey to our stakeholders.