Climate change isn’t just affecting the polar bears’ habitat; it’s altering the corporate habitat, too.
The proof: More companies than ever are discussing the risks and impacts of climate change — whether from litigation, from damage to plants and equipment or from the effect on rates or share prices — in their Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
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