How Food, Beverage Producers Can Lessen Climate Risks to Business
- Analyze risks and evaluate risks of doing nothing.
- Develop your strategy to lower carbon emissions.
- Measure progress and take action through means including life cycle assessment and product carbon footprinting.
The bipartisan Risky Business report, published last June, says businesses can still avoid the most severe risks from climate change through early investments but warns “if we continue on our current path, many regions of the US face the prospect of serious economic effects.”
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