Carbon neutrality is an imperative global goal to halt global warming. But it can also have a significant benefit on a company’s performance, writes Mark Chadwick, CEO of international climate change and sustainability consultancy EcoAct. The risks of climate change now need little introduction. We are already starting to live with the impacts of a changing climate on communities, businesses and supply chains. Within the food and beverage industry climate change is already impacting food production, water scarcity and extreme weather events, all which pose huge risks to businesses and future food security.
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