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    1. 6 Ways Company Boards Should Prepare for Climate Risk

      6 Ways Company Boards Should Prepare for Climate Risk

      With risk, the writing is always on the wall. We know the storm will eventually come, yet in most cases – when the storm hits – leaders are questioned about why they didn’t take more efforts to plan for a response, build resiliency into their operating models, and proactively avoid risks by creating environments that diminish them...

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    2. It’s Time for Company Directors to Step up on Sustainability

      It’s Time for Company Directors to Step up on Sustainability

      We are living in unprecedented times: geopolitical tensions are increasingly acute; the global political, economic and financial system that has worked for more than a century is being tested. Corporates worldwide are now expected to stay on the front foot, working closely with policymakers and regulators to confront far-reaching global challenges...

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    3. A New Roadmap for Corporate Climate Governance

      A New Roadmap for Corporate Climate Governance

      Prompted by extreme weather, calls for corporate climate action have been growing in volume and intensity – from regulators, governments, investors and youth.

      Within companies, the board of directors – as the most prominent corporate fiduciaries and ultimately accountable to shareholders – are responsible for overseeing effective management of climate-related impacts. They need to ensure climate risks and opportunities are centrally embedded in company strategy...

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