• Gustavo Bernal Torres

How to Set Up Effective Climate Governance on Corporate Boards

Guiding principles and questions

  • On the one hand, good governance should intrinsically include effective climate governance. To this point, climate change is simply another issue that drives financial risk and opportunity, which boards inherently have the duty to address with the same rigour as any other board topic.

  • On the other hand, climate change is a new and complex issue for many boards that entails grappling with scientific, macroeconomic and policy uncertainties across broad time scales and beyond board terms. In this regard, general governance guidance is not necessarily sufficiently detailed or nuanced for effective board governance of climate issues.

Source: https://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Creating_effective_climate_governance_on_corporate_boards.pdf


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