World's largest companies ignoring biodiversity risks
Less than a quarter of the world's largest companies at risk from biodiversity loss are disclosing these threats in their corporate reporting, a global study by KPMG has uncovered.After reviewing corporate reports from the top 100 companies by revenue in 52 countries and jurisdictions, KPMG found that just 23% of at-risk firms currently disclose biodiversity-related threats. T
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