Most large companies now see climate change as a financial risk
More than half of the world's 250 largest companies now consider climate change to be a financial risk in their corporate reporting, new research by KPMG has uncovered.A whopping 94% of companies based in France were found to report financial climate risks, which was more than in any other country, with Japan second on 71%, and the US third with 54%. Conversely, le
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