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Climate Change will lead to consumer behaviour change - a challenge for your future business success.
"Green" will become a relevant dimension for brands, products and services.
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Policy: Green Tax in UK?
A new green tax to be introduced next year could hit the profits and share prices of many British companies... (02/11, Fundstrategy)
Company: Apple faces pollution storm in China
...In that case, 49 workers were hospitalised... (01/2011, FT)
Strategy: Pricing the Planet
Understanding a company´s full exposure to energy and environmental risks... (2010, McKinsey)
Decoupling business growth from environmental impact is possible and even cheaper than continuing business as usual, Paul Polman, CEO of Anglo-Dutch multinational Unilever, argued... (12/2010, EA)
Policy: Climate change deal agreed at Cancún
...After a marathon final negotiating session, governments emerged with a deal that surprised many participants and observers, who... (12/2010, FT)
Finance: Global investors fear climate change
The world´s largest global investors signed a statement, calling for global measures to fight climate change. This also includes the expectation for corporate disclosure of climate related risks.
Labelling: Made in ...
...The rules will mean that if only 25% of the products are made in the EU, manufacturers cannot claim they are EU-made...(Oct2010)
Finance: Deutsche Bank provides climate change report to its investors
Deutsche Bank is one of the big players in climate investment, with some
Retailer: Adopt green code of conduct
Major EU retailers, including Carrefour and Tesco, have signed up to a voluntary code of consuct seeking their environmental footprint...(June10)
Policy: EU plans measures to curb demand for natural resources
...Potocnik said the EU executive would be looking for policies that "create the economic conditions that will incentivise reduction in the demand for natural resources" by adopting a life-cycle approach (LCA) to measuring the environmental footprint of products and services. (April10)
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