Climate Change: A Guide for Corporates
This is a compact guided journey into the increasingly regulatory and auditing environment which hold corporations accountable for their carbon footprint. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the factors to consider when formulating appropriate and effective corporate responses to climate change. From both a South African and global perspective, it provides an overview of media publications, which highlight not only the imperative for a corporate response to climate change, but also the change in paradigm faced by business. Here, the reader is drawn into the most current corporate climate change debate through printed media excerpts and accompanying corresponding graphics and photos. The book provides vital information for strategic planning sessions, preparing for climate change audits and carbon disclosure projects, induction and training sessions, and preparing ourselves for an increasingly carbon-constrained world. Ultimately, demystifying the corporate response to climate change shows that responding to climate change is not only necessary, but actually possible!
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