The Economist Intelligence Unit: Under the spotlight: The transition of environmental risk management
Uncertainty about legislation hampers effective environmental risk management, the Economist Intelligence Unit reports.
The report identifies some key findings:
• Environmental risk management is frequently done ad hoc.
• Many companies conduct strategic activities without formally analyzing environmental risk.
• Respondents said complying with environmental legislation was a key strength.
• Managing environmental risks regarding suppliers and partners was a particular weakness.
• Lack of certainty about environmental liabilities and future legislation presented the biggest obstacles to effective environmental risk management.
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