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ESG is missing a metric: R for resilience

Increasingly frequent extreme weather events are one form of shock to which businesses must adapt. Image: Reuters/Noah Berger

Judith Rodin

Board Member, One Concern, Prodigy Finance, Everly Health

Saadia Madsbjerg

Former Managing Director, The Rockefeller Foundation

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