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Planning for climate change and a carbon-reduced economy

Published on: Aug 02, 2017

While some traditional business plans include instruments to deal with extreme weather events, many rely on historical data. They do not account for climate change, which heightens the unpredictability of intense environmental conditions. That’s why a long-term approach that addresses the implications of global warming is so critical. It can increase your organization’s resilience, protect profits and make risk management strategies more effective.

Review the publication on the CPA Canada's website.

Review the publication on the CPA Canada's website.
Review the publication on the CPA Canada's website.
Review the publication on the CPA Canada's website.

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