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A year of tragedy and chaos has also seen a dramatic leap forward for the global green economy.
December 28, 2020 by James Murray
Sponsored: Examples of how various business functions use TCFD reporting to help create stronger, more resilient and sustainable organizations.
September 28, 2020 by Steven Bullock
Insights from the real world: How businesses are tackling climate change and what they’ve learned along the way. Better and more sustainable energy
June 30, 2020 by NRG Energy
The pandemic offers an opportunity for companies to 'build back better.'
June 22, 2020 by Hannah Saltman
Policymakers need to better understand the value of natural capital like mangroves and other ecosystems that provide important benefits for communities.
June 17, 2020 by Jonathan Cook
Join us and discover the findings of research conducted by NRG Energy and GreenBiz Group, examining key plans and actions businesses are taking to address
June 15, 2020 by Taylor Flores
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the fragility of the global economy and its supply chains. It has also shown that reputational risks and opportunities can
May 19, 2020 by Taylor Flores
Imagine how different the climate debate would be if we now finally shifted the burden of proof and started demanding that climate deniers prove the safety of continued pollution.
May 16, 2020 by Barbara Freese
COVID-19 is a dry run for climate catastrophes.
April 8, 2020 by Rob Bailey
We are only in phase one of a pandemic that has changed the rhythm of daily life like no other recent event. Here are five lessons to guide us through these turbulent times and the uncertainties which lie ahead.
March 18, 2020 by Aron Cramer
If the Big Three institutional investors vote 'For' a climate proposal, odds are the company that received the proposal will take action to address the issues raised.
March 18, 2020 by Rob Berridge
Over $44 trillion of economic value generation, more than half the world’s total GDP, is moderately or highly dependent on nature.
March 16, 2020 by Celine Herweijer
Researchers from University of Cambridge found that climate change could add around 20 percent to the global cost of extreme weather events by 2040. They are urging businesses to evaluate their own exposures to the growing risk to improve their resilience and sustainability.
With events such as the recurring California wildfires and mudslides, hurricanes Harvey and Maria and Typhoon Hagibis, which have had catastrophic human and economic costs, it is perhaps unsurprising that governments, regulators and investors have started to ask companies to disclose their climate risks, including physical risk.
February 17, 2020 by Lauren Smart