The recent meeting of 25 senior level corporate executives to discuss the economics of global climate change offers hope that leaders are finally prepared to do something about it, write Nancy Skinner, U.S. director of the Climate Group, and Martin Uden, British consul-general in San Francisco, in this editorial. The writers say the faster others follow the corporate leaders' lead, the sooner the disastrous effects of global warming can be averted.

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