Business Plan for the Planet
HSBC is committed to a sustainable future. We are dedicating between $750bn and $1trn, alongside expert guidance and support, to help our 1.5 million customers – and their partners – make a lasting sustainable transition to help us all thrive in a low carbon economy. We also pledge to become a net zero carbon business ourselves by 2030 or sooner.
Our net zero ambition
Getting to Net-Zero Checklist
Most companies aim to reach net-zero emissions, but there are significant challenges to overcome along the way. That’s why HSBC has commissioned The Economist Intelligence Unit to develop an interactive net-zero checklist, based on insights from real businesses like yours, which can help you generate a tailored plan to help prepare you for the transition.
Be part of the Business Plan for the Planet
Businesses need a partner with the understanding, the capabilities and the resources to help them make the transition to a sustainable model, and HSBC can become this partner.
We are committed to:
- Achieving net zero in our own operations and supply chain by 2030 or sooner
- Supporting our portfolio of customers to thrive through transition
- Dedicating between $750bn and $1trn of finance and investment by 2030 to help our customers transition
- Unlocking next-generation climate solutions
Companies are recognising the value sustainability brings
Our Navigator report gives you a view of what businesses are saying about sustainability, how this impacts business strategy and what they are doing to put commitments into action. COVID-19 has reinvigorated the focus on sustainability and prompted businesses to ‘walk the talk’.
Find out which companies expect the biggest benefits
of companies expect their revenue to grow over the next year from a greater focus on sustainability.
of issuers and 23 per cent of investors conclude that they had previously paid too little attention to social welfare and the social component of ESG.
The changing face of sustainability
Our Sustainable Financing & Investing Survey of over 1,000 issuers and 1,000 investors reveals that sustainable investing is becoming mainstream and shows the effects of COVID-19 are changing amongst market participants. Globally, nearly 30% of investors affirm that the pandemic has strengthened their commitment to considering Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues.