For the first time, our failing environment is seen as the biggest business risk at Davos

Michael J. Coren
For the first time, our failing environment is seen as the biggest business risk at Davos

It wasn’t long ago that captains of industry fretted most about oil prices, asset bubbles, and unemployment. But since 2007, those participating in the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland have seen these worries replaced by an even more urgent threat: environmental change.