ExxonMobil to report impact of climate change on business

US oil behemoth ExxonMobil plans to start publishing reports on the effects of climate change on the company's business.

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After years of hesitation, global oil major ExxonMobil will start assessing and publishing how climate change is impacting the company's business, reports Financial Times.

ExxonMobil reveals in a US regulatory filing, according to Financial Times, that the firm will introduce "enhancements" to its financial reports. This will include analyses of the effects on ExxonMobil's business from political measures aimed at keeping global warming below two degrees.

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