Environmentally Conscious

A good Monday morning read. One of those companies whose actions I was tracking with interest. This interview with the ex-CEO touches on the resilience agenda, ESG & talent, asset financing, greenwashing, IFRS’ big announcement on climate reporting standards at COP26, and leadership in setting out on a path that makes sense even when no one else is following at first. His final quote: “Put it this way, if you’re not able to lead climate strategy 10 years from now, you should not be a CEO. It’s as simple as that. Your company will not find capital. I’m pretty clear on that.” Save businesses & livelihoods, and the planet along with it. #FreeingEngineering #climateaction #businesssustainability

A Top CEO Was Ousted After Making His Company More Environmentally Conscious. Now He's Speaking Out time.com • 13 min read

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