Climate change is testing the ability of the world’s leaders to develop effective environmental policies and many - in and out of government - are frustrated with the pace of negotiations, as evidenced by the Copenhagen summit. While a large majority of businesses are potential supporters of incentives, emissions trading schemes and carbon taxes, many executives also believe that current government policies are not sufficiently coherent or effective. Still, they remain ready to support policies that are consistent, clearly linked to saving the environment, and developed in consultation with the private sector.
The most comprehensive survey of its kind yet completed, 'Appetite for change' examines attitudes in the international business community towards environmental regulation, legislation and taxes.
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