Japanese company directors on the hook for climate, says law initiative
Breaching their duties would leave company directors liable for damages
Company directors in Japan are legally required to provide adequate management of climate risks and seek out green business opportunities, according to a new report by the Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative (CCLI).
The findings are based on an assessment of the legal duties o…
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