Survey: Scottish firms fear escalating climate risks

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Survey: Scottish firms fear escalating climate risks

New survey finds nearly nine out of 10 big companies in Scotland accept climate change is a risk to their business

The overwhelming majority of large companies operating in Scotland believe climate change poses a risk to their business, according to a new survey commissioned by WWF Scotland. The survey of 300 Scottish...

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