Climate change: Threat or opportunity?

Goyder, Mark; Egan, Dermot
December 2006
European Business Forum;Winter2006, Issue 27, p14
The article considers the leadership of Tomorrow's Co. to lead the business community in solving the problem of climate change. The framework by which the community can tackle this problem is based on Al Gore's presentation on climate change and the role of global companies as educators, innovators, lobbyists and partners in tackling climate change. Gore's message is for companies to integrate the impact of climate change into their activities.


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