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How corporations and investors should adapt to rising legal risks

The ruling at the European Court of Human Rights on April 9 ushers in a new era of legal responsibilities related to climate action for governments and corporations © Frederick Florin/AFP via Getty Images
The ruling at the European Court of Human Rights on April 9 ushers in a new era of legal responsibilities related to climate action for governments and corporations © Frederick Florin/AFP via Getty Images

Paolo Taticchi is a professor in strategy and sustainability at the UCL School of Management

As climate court cases increase, companies need to integrate robust environmental plans and practices into their core businesses

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