Fossil fuel companies 'paying lip service' to climate risk

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Carbon Tracker study finds almost all oil, gas and coal companies acknowledge climate change as an issue but very few are integrating it into strategy

Coal, oil and gas companies almost universally recognise climate risks to their businesses, but fewer than one in 10 are integrating these threats into spending decisions. That is the conclusion of...

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