February 6, 2011
Scientific American
Field science isn't usually the province of bankers. Particularly when it involves precisely measuring the circumference of tree trunks. Yet that's exactly what employees of international banking giant HSBC have been doing, according to the Washington Post. The British bank partnered with the Earthwatch Institute and other environmental groups in 2007 to teach bank employees climate science. Their field study is the largest ever about climate change's long-term influence on forests....

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