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Researchers contrast corporate responses to climate change in the UK and Pakistan. How does your firm's response compare?
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Emissions regulations are likely to increase. Multinational companies don't need to wait; they can proactively respond by cutting emissions.
A study by Erin M. Reid and Michael W. Toffel suggests the challenges activists and governments mount against one firm can inspire industry-wide change.