It’s the latest warning that investors want to see companies explain the impact climate change will have on their business operations and future prospects.
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More pressure is on the way for companies over climate risk reporting. The Investment Association (IA), a professional body for for asset managers, has sent a warning that its members want to see companies explain the impact climate change will have on their business models.
It is the latest in a string of demands that corporates need to up their game when it comes to disclosing how global warming will impact business operations and their future prospects.
The IA in a particular wants to see how companies are measuring the risks—a problematic area for many—and explanations of how they are being managed. “This will provide evidence
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