Why growing numbers of firms think mandatory biodiversity risk reporting is needed

Cecilia Keating
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Results of CDP's latest climate questionnaire reveal growing concern about nature risks is not yet translating into real-world actions from businesses

As governments prepare to weigh proposals for mandatory corporate nature disclosure rules at the COP15 Biodiversity Summit next week, the latest data from environmental disclosure platform CDP has highlighted...

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