Climate Crisis – Corporate Boards on the Hotseat, Sept. 25

Ryerson Corporate Social Responsibility Institute: Climate Crisis - Corporate Boards on the Hotseat.  Their growing obligations to understand and disclose their climate-related financial risks, and their potential exposure to climate liability. This talk was filmed, and can be watched here.

Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management, 55 Dundas St. West, Toronto [9th floor, room TRS 3-129]

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