8 June 2016 | Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
As business steels itself to deal with seismic changes in the world’s climate, what is legally expected of directors is becoming more stringent. The Paris talks in December confirmed what we already knew – that more serious action is required from the corporate world in future. Business leaders must understand how to respond to this cultural and economic shift – which means legal and financial experts must collaborate to elucidate the law and give the right information to business leaders. The inaugural CCLI conference, the International Symposium on Directors’ Liability for Climate Risk, was the first of an intended series designed to do just that. International experts on finance and climate change met to clarify how the business world must respond to a changing climate.