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Lawyers Weekly | Which firms believe in climate change and take meaningful action?
Lawyers Weekly reached out to 35 large firms in Australia with four questions
The four questions asked were:
- What is your firm’s response to the findings from the Ethics Index that 90 per cent of Australians see an urgent ethical obligation for businesses such as law firms to act on climate change?
- Does your firm accept the settled science of climate change on the natural environment, as well as the man-made contributing factors?
- How does your firm advocate for or assist in the protection of the natural environment, if at all?
- Assuming your firm is environmentally active, why is it important, in your firm’s opinion, for legal institutions to step up and take such action?