KPMG report reveals firms’ lack of concrete climate risk plans and urges “more immediate action at boardroom level”.
Outside of Covid-19, climate remains the biggest agenda issue for society. And yet doubts are emerging over the readiness of big business to tackle global warming.
Fresh research published this week by KPMG shows that few boards are putting in the planning required to deal with climate change. This may not come as a surprise to regular readers. When Board Agenda conducted its own research into risk preparedness, alongside Mazars and INSEAD, climate came at the end of a long list of priorities.
Both sets of research raise serious questions about the approach of corporates to climate change. KPMG’s survey of 160 UK business leaders foun
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