Survey: Big business increasingly confident climate projects benefit their bottom line

Cecilia Keating
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Confidence in progress of clean energy initiatives is high across private sector  | Credit: WangAnQi
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Confidence in progress of clean energy initiatives is high across private sector | Credit: WangAnQi

EXCLUSIVE: Study of firms collectively responsible for $2tr market capitalisation highlights shifting attitudes among private sector around the commercial case for reducing emissions

There is growing confidence among business business that initiatives designed to reduce their carbon footprint will also benefit their bottom line, findings published this morning by the World Business...

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