Exclusive report, published in association with PwC, reveals mounting concern over businesses' failure to bolster their climate resilience
BusinessGreen has today published its latest Insight Report, revealing how leading businesses are seeking to improve their climate resilience in the face of mounting climate threats.
The exclusive research, published in association with PwC, explores the current level of corporate engagement with climate resilience issues, details how to build the business case for a climate resilience strategy, and explores how some of the world's top companies are embracing best practices that serve to curb climate risks.
Entitled Is UK PLC climate ready?, the report is free to all BusinessGreen readers.
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