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Americans Agree Companies Cannot Address Climate Issues Without Including Racial Justice

Golin’s Social Impact + Inclusion practice launches new study that examines perceptions among Americans and C-Suite of environmental justice, and the responsibility of businesses to make a difference

While more than 85% of Americans believe that environmental justice is critical, only one third of them are satisfied with current actions taken by companies and C-suite leaders to advance change, and they expect them to do more.

Today, Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG) agency Golin and its social impact + inclusion practice launched JUSTICE FOR ALL, a national survey of perceptions and responsibility of environmental justice in the United States. The survey found that most Americans believe environmental justice is very important, and they don’t believe corporations have taken enough action to address the issue. The study, JUSTICE FOR ALL, represents a first-of-its-kind for business leaders, communications strategists and social impact/social justice experts to help close the say-do gap on one of the most critical environmental and social issues of our time.

Read the full release here.

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