More U.S. companies discussing climate change in wake of hurricanes, wildfires

FILE PHOTO: Protesters from the climate change pressure group Extinction Rebellion demonstrate outside the BBC offices in central London, Britain, Dec. 21, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson/File Photo

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The bankruptcy of major California utility PG&E Corp as a result of over $30 billion in costs from California wildfires sparked by the state’s prolonged drought will likely prompt more companies to discuss how they will respond to the effects of climate change on their businesses. Already, the trend is increasing. […]

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