Giving nature a seat in the boardroom

Just as firms are increasingly being mandated by regulators to measure and report their climate risks, the same could happen in relation to nature.

Nature plays a central role in many businesses, yet it rarely gets a seat at the C-suite table. PHOTO: ST FILE
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In many boardrooms around the world, there's an elephant in the room. Or an orang utan. Or a rainforest. And for the most part, they are invisible.

Nature plays a central role in many businesses, yet it rarely gets a seat at the C-suite table.

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