After the ambitious Paris agreement on climate change, Ethical Corporation looks at the implications for investment, divestment, regulation and supply chain management

Last year ended with governments and business leaders worldwide energised to set ambitious goals to combat climate change after the summit in Paris. In keeping with the growing trend, companies in 2016 will continue to adjust their supply chains and portfolios, while increasing the amount of information for investors...

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