Since the election of Donald Trump in 2016, coverage of climate change has increased significantly in the media, in both newspapers and on television. At the BSR Conference 2019, climate journalists Amy Harder (Axios) and Patrick Temple-West (Financial Times) joined BSR CEO Aron Cramer and Climate One podcast host Greg Dalton for a conversationon media coverage of climate change on the plenary stage. The panel discussion served as a live taping for an episode of the Climate One podcast.
With the end of the year approaching, my colleagues asked me to reflect on the last 6 months, which, in short, have been quite the ride. I may have moved to a completely new city but “life in London” thus far has involved more explorations of new technologies and books on building a lean and mean start-up than explorations of the city’s cobblestone streets and Shakespeare’s sonnets.
Barney Jopson in Washington and Ed Crooks in New York
The Obama administration’s environmental policy is deepening divisions between big businesses on climate change, mirroring polarisation among US states over an issue that will drive more legal and political conflict next year.
According to a recent Financial Times article, publicly traded companies who handled their conflict minerals reporting in-house last year, are now seeking third party companies to manage engaging with their complex supply chains. Maija Palmer asks Lina Ramos of Source Intelligence, her views on the behaviors of non-filers from 2013.