Counting the cost of the climate crisis – Federated Hermes Limited

How should companies account for climate-related risks in their financial statements?

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... As global temperatures climb, the associated impacts from the climate crisis will become increasingly difficult – and more costly – to manage. How are companies accounting for this risk in their balance sheets? Justin Bazalgette explains why it is important for investors to have confidence in the bottom line.

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