Climate change initiatives 'could lead to improved job prospects'
Growing numbers of sales recruitment jobs could become available as a result of climate change initiatives carried out by companies in the UK.
According to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), firms that start implementing green measures as soon as possible have the potential to considerably increase their business growth.
Speaking at the launch of Defra and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants' (CIMA) Climate Change Resilience Toolkit, environment minister Lord Henley explained: "Smart businesses that take action now to limit the risks and identify the opportunities climate change could bring will steal a march on their rivals."
Executive director at CIMA Markets Andrew Harding went on to add that being sustainable "makes good business sense".
The Climate Change Toolkit is an interactive resource based on ten questions that give firms the chance to assess the areas - related to the environment - in which they are least likely to experience disruption in their operations.
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