Only 1/5 of US CEOs are concerned about Climate Change, according to a recent survey. This puts them increasingly out of step with the rest of the world. According to a story in Management Issues,
The report by consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers has found that, led by President George Bush's robust position on the issue, fewer than a fifth – 18 per cent – of North American chief executives are concerned about climate change.
This compared with two out of five in Britain and nearly three out of five in Asia Pacific.
While American CEOs may be happy in their glorious isolation on this issue, they are also increasingly worried that cultural differences are stopping them successfully carrying out mergers and acquisitions.
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