Climate Change is so low on the list of corporate priorities, that in Price Waterhouse Cooper’s latest survey of chief executive officers, climate concerns didn’t even make the list of questions.
According to The Guardian;
“In a critical year for action to prevent runaway climate change, one would hope the issue would rank high on chief executives’ list of business risks to worry about.
So it comes as a shock to discover that climate change appears so low on their list of concerns that professional services group Price Waterhouse Coopers did not even bother to include it in its global survey of business leaders.
PwC’s 18th annual global CEO survey, released Tuesday to coincide with the opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos, failed to even ask 1,322 business leaders about their global warming concerns after only 10% registered concern the previous year.
A spokeswoman for PwC said that climate change did not make it into the top 19 risks CEOs were questioned about because of their lack of interest in the subject.”
This total lack of concern about climate change makes a total mockery of activist claims that climate change is significantly impacting global economic activity.
If climate change were to say knock 10% off the profits of a major agri-business, climate would surely top their list of worries.
The fact that a credible source like PwC has demonstrated that climate change, as a corporate issue, rates somewhere below making sure the tea trolley arrives on time, conclusively demonstrates that climate change is having no impact whatsoever on global economic activity and corporate earnings. Any claim to the contrary is unfounded activist hype.