16% of World’s Largest Polluters Haven’t Set Climate Goals

16% of World’s Largest Polluters Haven’t Set Climate Goals

by Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer A new study has found that a whopping 41 of the world’s 250 most polluting companies have yet to set goals for emissions reductions. Meanwhile, the rest are lagging on setting short-term 2030 goals. Experts say that this lack of commitment could jeopardize the world’s climate and prevent countries from creating effective […]

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Managing Corporate Risk Must Include Understanding Climate Risk

Managing Corporate Risk Must Include Understanding Climate Risk

by David Kuhn, Lead, Corporate Resilience, World Wildlife Fund A growing number of companies have responded to the climate change threat by championing sustainable solutions like deforestation-free production and clean energy. But as laudable and essential as these efforts are, climate change has progressed to the point where sustainability alone is no longer a sufficient […]

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Now You Can Give the SEC Your “Two Cents” On Climate Disclosures

Now You Can Give the SEC Your “Two Cents” On Climate Disclosures

The Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission wants to know what you want to know about how corporations are dealing with climate change and other environmental risks. 

Why This Matters:  The Commission’s position represents a huge shift and a wholesale rejection of the outdated thinking that we must choose between a clean environment and a strong economy.

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