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U.S. companies are integrating their responses to climate change into their overall business strategy, according to a survey of S&P 500 companies by the Carbon Disclosure Project, which represents more than 500 large investors.

For starters, climate change is getting more attention from top executives, with the board or senior management overseeing efforts at 87% of the companies, up from 68% in 2010. And 65% of the companies say they’ve integrated climate-change considerations into their business strategy, up from 35% last year, while 54% provide monetary incentives related to climate-change efforts, vs. 35% last year.

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