Climate Crisis: Why Business Must Do More To Protect Children’s Rights

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The effects of climate change have a disproportionate impact on children and place an ecological debt on future generations.

In the wake of the continuing negotiations on climate change in Bangkok last week, businesses need to take action to improve the outcomes for future generations.

Number seven of the Children’s Rights and Business Principles launched by Unicef earlier this year is related to the environment. This has global relevance for all businesses, since all business activities impact directly or indirectly on the world that our children will inherit…

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