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How should corporate boards respond to climate change? 

How can board members best navigate the challenges and opportunities presented by climate change? Image: istockphoto

Robert E. Moritz

Global Chairman, PwC

Feike Sijbesma

Member Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum; Co-Chair, Global Climate Adaptation Centers; Honorary Chair, Royal DSM

Katherine Garrett-Cox

Chief Executive Officer, Gulf International Bank (UK) Ltd and Chair, Clean Air Fund

Dominik Breitinger

Project Lead, Climate Governance and Finance, Global Leadership Fellow, World Economic Forum

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Environmental risks have climbed boards' agendas over the past five years Image: World Economic Forum Global Risk Report 2019

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