Changing the Climate in the Boardroom

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Fifty percent of all board members expressed concerns with the level of reporting they receive on climate change progress, according to a new report by Heidrick & Struggles and business school INSEAD that reveals how 301 board members in 43 countries, primarily in North America and Western Europe, view their boards’ action on climate change. The study, “Changing the Climate in the Boardroom,” show signs of continued progress in corporate commitment to climate change, as 70 percent of those surveyed said they believe climate change is very, or entirely important, to the strategic success of their companies. Seventy-two percent reported feeling confident that their

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