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The reconfiguration imperative

Reconfiguring the industrial system to avoid the worst consequences of climate change will take audacity and practicality.
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Climate: The ultimate industry disruptor
The November issue of s+b explores how the climate crisis is already reshaping business.

Taking climate change seriously is not just a matter of adapting to the physical threats posed by extreme weather, or even reducing or offsetting carbon emissions. It demands rethinking what your organization does—and how it does it.

There are three actions leaders can take to reduce risk and increase reward: reimagine the future; build climate resilience, but grab quick wins; and develop leadership savvy.

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Ecological sustainability is moving away from being something that you do just to have a little green label, to increasingly [putting] your whole value chain in a much more competitive, robust, and resilient positioning.