Trade for prosperity

Here we look at why the SME Climate Hub is focussed on SMEs

Building climate resilience is critical for SMEs to remain viable but they often lack resources, know-how and incentives to become resilient.

1 Limited Resources

Small businesses often have many competing interests and limited time, money and staff to dedicate to addressing climate resilience.

2 Lack of Know-how

Even if a small business is committed to building resilience, it is often difficult to know where to start or where to find practical and credible tools – in one place – to support them.

3 Misaligned Incentives

Small businesses want to survive and thrive, but the commercial value of building resilience is not always evident.

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