Markets - 13/April/2018

Boards feel the heat from investors on climate risk

Mitigation of climate risk is moving to the top of the agenda for senior management and company boards

As investors around the world gear up to adopt recommendations related to the financial risks posed by climate change, pressure on companies to deal with the issue is steadily mounting. Just 4% of nearly 5000 of the world's biggest companies have put a valuation on the risk to their business of climate change ...

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