By Marie Visot
INFOGRAPHIC – The new edition of the Viavoice-Le Figaro-BFM Barometer reveals that the French have the feeling that companies’ commitment to ecology is stagnating.
The subject worries the French more and more. This is what the new edition of the Viavoice-Le Figaro-BFM Business Barometer published Tuesday September 25 shows. After another summer marked by record temperatures and climate disasters, public opinion’s view of the urgency of accelerating the ecological transition is getting tougher: 83% of executives and 79% of French people as a whole say they are worried about climate change, proportions increasing by 4 and 3 points respectively since July.
In this context, they have the feeling that corporate commitment is stagnating: 47% of managers and 49% of people in professional activity believe that their company is not committed to climate issues. “These data indicate, for some companies, the future need for structural adaptations (value chain, production, business model, etc.)”note Adrien Broche and François Miquet-Marty, of Viavoice.
Well aware of the sensitivity of…