Government: Too many firms ignoring climate risks

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Caroline Spelman unveils new research showing that less than a quarter of UK firms have started to address rising climate risks

Environment secretary Caroline Spelman last night called on UK firms to urgently improve their resilience to climate change, warning that too many companies were not prepared for the changes to weather...

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