Policy and Regulation

Investors and corporates diverge on climate change risk management

Most investors and corporates agree that if high emitters do not provide adequate disclosures on climate-related oversight, it could result in a ‘material governance failure’ – but opinions differ on how board accountability should be measured.

Disagreement persists between investors and corporates on how best to hold boards accountable ...

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