'The Carbon Bankroll': Are businesses ignoring how their cash is contributing to climate change?

James Murray
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'The Carbon Bankroll': Are businesses ignoring how their cash is contributing to climate change?

New study reveals that for some of the world's largest businesses their biggest source of carbon emissions is to be found in their cash reserves

What is the largest source of carbon emissions for most businesses? Anyone who has been involved in a corporate carbon footprinting exercise knows the answer lies in the supply chain. For the vast majority...

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