Majorities of both parties’ voters say it is important for the government to use tax incentives and regulations to accelerate the adoption of emission-reducing technology. Even more believe the government should invest in such technologies.
On its face, that should worry both those concerned about companies’ commitment to climate action as well as those who hope for a more transparent, standardized perspective. But things aren’t so bleak.
Effective practices in corporate governance have been proven to improve public faith and confidence in times of crisis and at flash points in social and environmental movements. So what are those practices?