Tuesday, 12 February 2008

How companies think about climate change: A McKinsey Global Survey

A McKinsey Quarterly survey finds that most executives think climate change matters for their companies. Although few have taken action, they are optimistic about the possibilities.
Most flattering conclusion is that the bigger the company, the more they see tackling climate change as an opportunity for innovation and benefit.
The report is simply accessible after registration, here. It is based upon the responses of 2.192 executives around the world.

27 percent of them CEOs or other C-level executives. The data are weighted to reflect the proportional representation of segments in the total population.

Found via www.greenwaycommunique.com

1 comment:

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