On June 20, the United Nations Environment Program, the United Nations Global Compact, Oxfam, and the World Resources Institute released the report, “Adapting for a Green Economy: Companies, Communities and Climate Change” found that more than 80% of companies queried in a 2010 global survey said they see climate change response as a business opportunity and consider the effects of global warming to be a major threat to their operations. The report cited responses from of a 2010 survey of 377 companies that support the Caring for Climate initiative, a joint United Nations Global Compact-UNEP platform. That study found that 86% of the companies, spread across 65 different countries, regarded responding to climate risks or investing in adaptation as a business opportunity, while 83% rated the impact of climate change as a major threat.