By Keely Felton, CEA, CMVP. Major “green" lending programs help to offset the costs of such sustainable and energy-efficient...
Investors face a hit of $8.4 trillion to assets and revenues over the next 15 years as the climate crisis damages ocean health, unless action is taken to hold down global temperatures, the WWF has found.
Nearly a quarter of U.S. critical infrastructure—utilities, airports, police stations and more—is at risk of being inundated by flooding, according to a new report by First Street Foundation...
One-fourth of the United States' "critical" infrastructure is at risk of flooding, a report released Monday warns.
An empirical scenario analysis undertaken by international ratings agency S&P Global has indicated that the reinsurance industry could be underestimating its exposure to climate risk by 33-50%.
It aims for its sustainable solutions portfolio to comprise 70% of the group's net profit by 2025, up from around 40% in 2020.
Environmental justice is clearly an idea whose time has – finally – come. The need to find the intersection between the search for racial justice and efforts to save the planet is undeniable.
Authorities say four famous giant sequoias were not harmed by a wildfire that reached the edge of Giant Forest in California’s Sequoia National Park.
When SEC chair Gary Gensler testified before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs recently, he was clear, if not detailed, that disclosures about climate risk, as well as human capital and cybersecurity, were on the short list.
Colleges offer support as young people aim to devote their lives to battling the crisis...
Nearly 1 in 3 Americans live in a county hit by a weather disaster in the past three months, according to a new Washington Post analysis of federal disaster declarations.
Cities should take a multidimensional approach to climate change. Based on insights gleaned from our survey, we recommend that cities view climate action through five lenses: governance, innovation, risk reduction, operational sustainability, and climate equity.
The shift to hybrid work has the potential to have a huge impact on the battle against climate change — if the real estate industry can change its idea about the best way to make a profit, and corporate occupiers change their view on what constitutes an environmentally friendly building.
Physical climate risk is ”fundamental and critical to all real estate investors, but there is a lack of information and understanding” about how these risks could affect property values in the long term, according to a new report.
The IPCC has released its Sixth Assessment Report on the physical science basis of climate change.
Governments around the globe are facing a classic chicken and egg conundrum – do they wait for automotive 2.0 to arrive en masse before they invest untold sums of money in infrastructure to support the Automotive 2.0 movement, or do they invest now and hope the Automotive 2.0...
In transactions, climate change diligence is generally directed at examining the climate change impact of a potential investment.
A new report argues that cities must assume a wartime footing to protect critical infrastructure and prepare for a more dangerous future.
Today, the Union of Concerned Scientists, Earthjustice, and the Center for Progressive Reform released a policy brief estimating the risks posed by natural disasters to Risk Management Program (RMP) facilities and the surrounding communities.