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Our university tour throughout autumn ‘23 and early ‘24 has seen us visit many of you at a host of universities across the UK. 

Focusing on our commitment to sustainability, touring the UK with our ethically sourced eco-booths, we're delighted to share information about who we are and our commitment to sustainability including the opportunities we offer for students and graduates. 

We know that sustainability is a topic many of you care deeply about, and at PwC our opportunities offer you the chance to be part of a firm who’s passionate about delivering sustained outcomes for our clients and the communities in which we operate. With roles starting in 2024 still available, explore our opportunities and be part of our sustainability story. 


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We’re proud to be graduate employer of the year as voted for by students in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey 2023.

We hope to have met many of you throughout our tour sharing with you why we reached the number one spot. 

Over thirteen thousand students were interviewed face-to-face in universities across the UK. Uniquely, the rankings are decided entirely by final year students who are just about to leave university and start their first graduate job.  


As a professional services provider, we’re uniquely placed to help organisations around the world reduce risk, seize opportunities, and become more ‘sustainable’, through the many services we provide every day.

So, we invest in know-how that will help transform the way organisations operate, bringing to market new ideas, practices and technologies that can help address the social and environmental issues inherent in the megatrends.

And that includes how we work too. At PwC, we've been transforming how we operate and delivering a wide range of environmental improvements for over a decade. We’re proud of the progress we’ve made and want to share these changes as a response to the growing climate and ecological crisis. 


  • We support our people to take climate action. We’ve had a ‘Sustainable Lifestyles’ programme in place for over 10 years, helping to support our people at work and at home on this topic. Most recently we launched our Nature Network, using our Edible Roof Gardens to teach new skills and inspire our employees how to "get growing" whilst protecting biodiversity. This includes celebrating Veganuary, Plastic Free July, support for low carbon transport options, environmental volunteering and much more. 
  • The recently launched Global Centre for Nature Positive Business also brings together and further expands the PwC’s capabilities and expertise in areas such as biodiversity, water, regenerative agriculture and forestry. With more than half of the world's GDP exposed to material nature risk, it's vital that we act as a community of solvers, supporting our clients to embed nature positive strategies.
  • We’ve made a commitment to net zero GHG emissions, with near-term science-based targets set for 2030. We will reduce our emissions in line with a 1.5 degree climate scenario, which includes halving our emissions again, against a new 2019 baseline.
  • We’re not new to Net Zero. We’ve delivered environmental improvements for over 15 years decoupling our carbon emissions from business growth and focusing on circularity and regenerative consumption across everything we use. In fact, we’ve reduced our waste by 60% since 2019, we recycle over 93% of our waste and we've sent nothing to landfill since 2012. We’ve also offset our residual carbon emissions as reported in each financial year since 2007, enabling us to be carbon neutral. Find out more about how we offset our carbon emissions.
  • We have already switched to 100% renewable electricity across our UK offices and significantly reduced our energy consumption since 2007 (11% since our new 2019 baseline). By investing in new technology and proactively managing our buildings we’ve reduced carbon emissions by 99% across our 19 offices.
  • We have a well established sustainable supply chain programme.  We spend around £700m with suppliers each year so we strive to influence our sustainability impacts beyond our direct operations where we can. Since 2012 we have collaborated with our key suppliers to find solutions to specific challenges in our business, engaged with them to help them to improve their own sustainability performance and embedded relevant sustainability considerations throughout our procurement activities. We also have a strong and longstanding commitment to supporting Social Enterprises, spending £2.3 million this year. Find out more and view our latest 'Purchase with a Purpose' video.
  • We’re externally recognised for our sustainability approach and performance. PwC UK’s sustainability performance has been deemed ‘outstanding’ and rated as ‘Platinum’, scoring in the top 1% of businesses responding to EcoVadis for the last three years.We also became the first business last year to achieve the ‘Advancing’ tier of the Carbon Trust’s Route to Net Zero Standard. To read more about our sustainability journey, please visit Our Purpose page.

Each aspect of our university tour this year highlights our commitment to sustainability. Not least our touring eco-booths which have been created using a selection of recyclable, recycled and responsibly sourced materials. 

By producing three booths, one for each UK geographical region, we have minimised the mileage our vehicles need to travel from one university to the next during the tour. The footprint of all the miles travelled will be offset using verified carbon credits.

The story behind the materials 

  • STRUCTURE: STEEL - Steel is a metal that can be infinitely recycled and is 100% recyclable without loss of quality.

  • STRUCTURE: FSC TIMBER - FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) timber refers to timber that has been harvested responsibly from well managed forests that are continuously replenished and ensure that there is no damage to the surrounding environment, or to native flora and fauna.

  • STRUCTURE: ALUMINIUM - Aluminium is 100% recyclable and can be recycled again and again without degrading its inherent value.

  • LOGO: GREENCAST 1 - 100% recycled and recyclable cast acrylic sheet.

  • FURNITURE: RECLAIMED PALLET WOOD - The pallet board cladding was created from reclaimed wood from post-consumer, post-industrial and orchards sources. Using reclaimed wood reduces waste and lessens demand on harvested sources.

  • CANOPY: PVC-FREE POLYESTER - PVC free, phthalate free, non-toxic with a water-based coating.

  • PLANTS - Our booth are decorated with real plants which will be maintained throughout our university tour. 

  • DIGITAL HARDWARE: REFURBISHED TV SCREENS - are refurbished second-hand outdoor models. Using refurbished digital hardware reduces the amount of E-waste which could ultimately end up in landfill.

We’ve supported social enterprises for many years by including them within our supply chain. We recognise the spending power we have as a business to support start-ups that have a social or environmental mission, providing jobs for disadvantaged groups. In 2023 we spent £2.3m with more than 70 social enterprises. Find out more

We’re delighted to be sharing soft drinks from Rejuce during our 2023/24 tour for you to enjoy. Find out more about their story and how they are reducing food waste.

Fluid, the company who source our branded clothing for our campus teams also has a social conscience. For each order we place, a tree is planted, and they have achieved carbon neutral status accreditation - demonstrating their belief that a strong purpose means good business. 

Chocolate and Love source cacao beans from Panama, Peru, The Dominican Republic and Madagascar and ensure the sustainability of the farmers through information, education and industry certification.T he packaging is made from starch, meaning wrappers can go straight into the compost and will break down.