20 Sep '11, 9pm

A new report says #climatechange is weaving its way into corporate strategy (via @nytimesgreen)

A new report finds more evidence that climate change is gradually moving to the center of corporate strategy. Virtually every big company in the world now pays at least lip service to sustainability, and many of them are starting to take real action to reduce their environmental footprint. The new report from the Carbon Disclosure Project finds that for the first time, a majority of companies in the United States responding to the group’s survey “now integrate climate change into core business strategy.” A brief summary of the report can be found here , and the full document is here . Consumers may care to know that some big companies they probably do business with, including Apple, Amazon and DirectTV, are still refusing to respond to the carbon disclosure survey.

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/09/20/weaving-climate...

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