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Climate not yet considered top priority by majority of UK boards, director survey shows

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The respondents to Chapter Zero’s survey say the main obstacles boards need to overcome include a lack of prioritisation, knowledge gaps, shortage of resources and misaligned financial incentives (Photo: Sofiiashunkina/Envato)

A new survey by membership association Chapter Zero signals a time lag between climate issues reaching the board agenda and them being rapidly embedded into business strategies

Only two out of five UK non-executive directors believe boards

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