A KPMG survey of 4,900 companies globally reveals many large and mid-cap firms fail to disclose the climate-related risks they face.
Noodling around with a hypothetical package of pasta sauce reveals the big impact of a single change of materials.
Three simple, psychological ways to deal with society's climate calamity. One of them leads to positive change. Which will you choose?
The U.S. has suffered 15 separate billion-dollar extreme weather events so far this year. It's time for climate-skeptical businesses to wake up.
Communities are increasingly keeping climate change in mind as they plan roads, sewers and energy grids.
The vicious spate of recent hurricanes shows how vulnerable low-lying islands and cities are becoming. Yet these tools can help to develop green infrastructure to navigate this new reality.
Preparing for climate change means building up the systems that protect our coasts and water. Some of those will be made of steel; others will be made of trees and sand.
Instead of reconstructing the existing electricity grid, we can leapfrog ahead with technologies that make the Caribbean region less vulnerable to future storms.
It is not if, but when, they will hit your company.
Too many communities around the world aren't capable of handling their own Hurricane Harvey.