People take photos in a park next to Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong on September 13, 2022, a day when air pollution in some parts of Hong Kong reached ‘serious’, the highest health risk level, according the air quality health index operated by the Environmental Protection Department. Photo: EPA-EFE
People take photos in a park next to Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong on September 13, 2022, a day when air pollution in some parts of Hong Kong reached ‘serious’, the highest health risk level, according the air quality health index operated by the Environmental Protection Department. Photo: EPA-EFE

Climate change: 4 in 10 Hong Kong-listed firms do not meet coming global sustainability standards, says Grant Thornton

  • Awareness is low of forthcoming reporting requirements, due from the International Sustainability Standards Board by the end of this year
  • Policymakers need to spread information about these standards, which are expected to become mandatory for listed firms, according to the accounting firm

People take photos in a park next to Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong on September 13, 2022, a day when air pollution in some parts of Hong Kong reached ‘serious’, the highest health risk level, according the air quality health index operated by the Environmental Protection Department. Photo: EPA-EFE
People take photos in a park next to Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong on September 13, 2022, a day when air pollution in some parts of Hong Kong reached ‘serious’, the highest health risk level, according the air quality health index operated by the Environmental Protection Department. Photo: EPA-EFE
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