Mark C. Trexler, chief climatographer at The Climatographers, has 25 years of experience with business climate change risk management.
Mark C. Trexler, chief climatographer at The Climatographers, has 25 years of experience with business climate change risk management. After joining the World Resources Institute in 1988, he founded Trexler Climate + Energy Services in 1991, and was director of climate risk for Det Norske Veritas through 2012. Mark is co-author of "The Changing Profile of Corporate Climate Change Risk," published in September by Dō Sustainability Publishers, and the newly published "Adapting to Climate Change: 2.0 Enterprise Risk Management."
September 9, 2015
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June 2, 2014
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April 28, 2014
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November 14, 2013
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