This article makes the innovative and timely case for a climate change imperative: a green board. Urgency is evident, with the arrival of "a fast-emerging new burden on board members to oversee their company's posture on climate change and to begin monitoring an area that, until now, has drawn scant attention in the boardroom."21 One major impetus for the proposal advocated in this Article is that there is apparently a dearth of green boards in corporate America.22 In contrast, European and Canadian companies appear to be at the vanguard of utilizing green boards.23
Copyright © 2011 University of Baltimore. This article first appeared in University of Baltimore Journal of Environmental Law 18:2 (2011), 215-261.
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Taylor, Porcher L., III, and Harris L. Kay. "A Green Board as a Climate-Change Imperative: Appointing a Climate-Change Expert to the Audit Committee." University of Baltimore Journal of Environmental Law 18, no. 2 (2011): 215-61.