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THERE’S A STORM COMING: CLIMATE CHANGE

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2021

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17

Mar

 

Businesses are entering a period of huge policy and regulatory change as the world steps up its efforts to combat global warming. Actions to address climate change pose significant operational and compliance challenges for companies and those that over promise or lag behind are facing increasing scrutiny.

 

  • As the world transits to a low-carbon future, more countries are introducing climate change-related regulations
  • Companies are likely to face simultaneous regulatory compliance changes across many fronts
  • Litigation activism is increasing as advocacy groups advance climate policies and drive behavioral shifts
  • Businesses need to use targeted data and analysis to identify potential impacts from developments in climate change risks, regulation and litigation

 

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