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Top insurers and economists warn climate change remains biggest global economic threat, despite ongoing COVID risks.
January 14, 2022 by Michael Holder
What does the US regulatory brain trust say when talking among themselves about climate?
January 12, 2022 by Whitney Mann
A new study predicts that the nature-based carbon market could present a $1.3 billion opportunity for the insurance industry.
December 10, 2021 by James Murray
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures framework will help companies educate colleagues, conduct gap analyses and study the competition.
November 17, 2021 by Steven M. Rothstein
Today’s energy challenges are unprecedented and widespread. Extreme weather is causing frequent damage to our electrical system, costing Americans and the
November 9, 2021 by Bloom Energy
Centralized electricity production spurred huge progress in the early 20th century — enabling significant economies of scale and improved power plant
October 28, 2021 by Schneider Electric
From U.S. military bases in Afghanistan to The Bahamas, solar- and battery-powered microgrids have proven that they can provide a higher level of resilience, including during major disasters.
October 20, 2021 by Christian Roselund
Date/Time: November 4, 2021 (1-2PM ET / 10-11AM PT) California is facing power insecurity at levels unlike anything in its recent history:
October 6, 2021 by Taylor Flores
Sponsored: An allied approach to sustainable sourcing shifts from a transactional arrangement to more of a partnership where risk and costs of improving environmental and social outcomes are shared.
September 21, 2021 by Cheryl Baldwin
Simply announcing corporate sustainability goals is one thing. But when it comes to achieving those goals, organizations often find themselves in a balancing act with three competing drivers: sustainability, affordability and resiliency.
September 9, 2021 by Taylor Flores
Climate action is a planetary necessity and also a strategic organizational imperative. If progress doesn’t measure up, organizations can face consequences, including investor, employee and community activism -- as well as increased operational and financial risk.
September 3, 2021 by Taylor Flores
Backed with $228 million and with early customers such as Kroger, Mainspring is reengineering the nearly 200-year-old design of the electric generator.
August 31, 2021 by Adam Aston
Disaster researcher Samantha Montano sat down to discuss her forthcoming book, 'Disasterology: Dispatches from the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis.'
August 24, 2021 by Carly Berlin
When distributed energy resources are aggregated, these assets can do more than just help the owners; they can help the entire grid become more resilient by providing new, dispatchable resources to utilities.
July 30, 2021 by Sarah Golden
Sponsored: Energy leaders across the country are focused on actions to build resilient communities for the health and well-being of all.
July 8, 2021 by Carl Guardino
Every organization around the world has two things in common. First, they must follow the regulatory guidelines that govern their EHS operations. Second,
July 1, 2021 by ehsAI
If half of the pickup truck owners in Texas switched to an electric model in the next decade and had their vehicles plugged in during a grid reliability event, they would provide the Texas grid with about 460 gigawatt-hours of capacity.
June 22, 2021 by Mark Dyson
Date/Time: July 20, 2021 (1-2PM ET / 10-11AM PT) Sustainability has long been a practice for many forward-thinking businesses. But a renewed focus
June 21, 2021 by Taylor Flores
Delaying action until there is a carbon price, clearer risk projections or a systemwide standard is now something governments are warning could quickly become unaffordable.
April 29, 2021 by Emily Chasan
While the idea of making data open isn't new, putting it into practice takes money and time that some governments have yet to invest.
April 7, 2021 by Delfina Grinspan
Guidance from disclosure initiatives such as the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure and Sustainable Accounting Standards Board doesn't cover everything companies need to know.
March 15, 2021 by Ariel C. Pinchot
The pandemic caught the world by surprise.
March 8, 2021 by Elsa Wenzel
One of the most useful tools in prompting leaders to address climate change is via compensation and incentive programs.
February 8, 2021 by Nidia Martínez
Plus, we parse the Global Risks Report issued last week by the World Economic Forum.
February 5, 2021 by Heather Clancy
Criticism of banks' financing of environmentally destructive industries continues to grow, but a new report argues they could play a critical role in protecting forests and driving climate action.
January 27, 2021 by Michael Holder