Accountants guilty of ignoring material 'natural capital' risks

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Major new report confirms growing numbers of firms accept seriousness of natural capital risks, but reporting on environmental impacts remains patchy

Almost half of firms regard their relationship with so-called natural capital as a "material issue" for their business, but reporting on environmental impacts and risks remains immature and patchy...

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