corporate climate change Articles

  • The Corporate Risk of Climate Change

    We all know climate change is happening. And we here at TriplePundit spend a lot of time making the business case for action. There are indeed many reasons for companies to respond to the threat. Those near the coast might face flooding, and those with production overseas could see disruption in supply. However, when it comes to reporting on this risk — there are few benefits to making the ...


    By Triplepundit

  • Leading Corporate Strategies and Climate Change - CEO Table

    I’m an avid gardener. I revel in spending an afternoon under the warmth of the sun getting my hands into the soil, re-planting flowers, nurturing the unhealthy and staking blossoms. It is a time when good ideas seep into my mind and badideas creep out. It is my learning laboratory. One of the many things that my garden has taught me is that the plants fallinto three growing categories: those that ...


    By AHC Group

  • Resourcing for climate change

    Climate change is scientifically, widely recognised to be happening as a result of the anthropogenic input of greenhouse gases (GHG) into the atmosphere. Consequently we need to look at adaptation and mitigation to limit the social, environmental and economic impacts. Allen & York are market leading environmental recruitment specialists with 15 years experience and an expanding Energy team ...


    By Allen & York Ltd

  • Betting Wrong on Climate Change

    Whether companies agree with the science of Global Climate Change or not, the business implications are too great are too great to be ignored. Climate Change will change how business is conducted and should be managed like any other strategic asset or liability on the corporation’s balance sheet. Trends Executives view Climate Change as having as much of an impact ...


    By Ecocion, Inc.

  • Climate Change & Health

    The heat accumulating in the earth (mostly in the oceans) because of manmade emissions into the atmosphere is roughly equal to the heat of 400,000 Hiroshima atomic bombs exploding across the planet EVERY DAY.1 As a physician involved in environmental medicine for over 40 years, I certainly agree with the World Health Organization that climate change is the most significant ...

  • Understanding Climate Change

    Understanding the intricate dynamics of climate change is not easy. Even reducing climate change to one simple metric such as average mean temperature, or number of extreme weather occurrences, leaves unanswered a host of nagging questions and a complex of array of real world facts inconsistent with whatever yardstick one choses. One example cited in an insightful essay on climate change ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Asian organizations commit to advance corporate action on climate change

    Companies around the world are increasingly measuring and managing their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in response to drivers like consumer preference, purchaser demands, and sustainability goals. As a growing number of Asian companies look to manage their emissions, they’ll require training and resources available in their own languages and cultural contexts. To that end, the ...

  • Mapping the climate change industry-an ethical corporation special report

    Climate change has gone from being a marginal issue to being at the forefront of business leaders’ minds. The scientific evidence has been growing for years and 2007’s IPCC reports appear to have settled the debate about whether man-made climate change is happening. However, the issue’s move to the centre stage has come about thanks to a range of disparate events, including hurricanes Rita and ...

  • Arctic Polar Research - A Global Responsibility

    Due to climate change and geopolitical trends, the Polar Regions (particularly the Arctic) are increasingly becoming the focus of scientific, political, and economic interests. Much of the global climate is driven by forces that originate in the Arctic. The Arctic sea ice is receding faster than climate models have predicted, and the movement of freshwater into and around the Arctic plays an ...

  • Climate Change: Business Risks and Opportunities

    Ecometrica and Lord Stanley Fink were delighted to host more than 40 corporate sustainability directors, environment experts, investors, NGOs and government representatives to Lord Fink’s penthouse apartment for an invitation-only, post-work briefing on the business risks and opportunities that may arise from climate change. With a formal address from Lord Fink followed by a full briefing ...


    By Ecometrica

  • Risk, investment, and opportunity in a changing climate

    To stay competitive, companies will need to find ways to adapt to the impacts of climate change. Record breaking wildfires raging in Arizona, massive flooding disrupting lives from Iowa to Vermont — extreme weather events have been at the forefront of America’s national consciousness. Yet these events and their repercussions are hardly limited to the United States. Think back last ...

  • Climate change and the US energy sector

    As President Obama emphasized in his speech at Georgetown University in June 2013, climate change is happening. It is here, it is now, and as Obama warned, “Our planet is changing in ways that will have profound impacts on all of humankind.” But what are these effects? The President reels off examples: sea levels in New York harbour increasing by a foot in depth over the past century, ...

  • Ceres report - Canadian banks on climate change

    Profiles of Canadian Banks from Corporate Governance and Climate Change: The Banking Sector, January ...


    By Ceres

  • Guide for Responsible Corporate Engagement in Climate Policy - A Caring for Climate Report

    Executive Summary This report is not designed to make the case that climate change—or global warming—is the greatest threat facing the world today. Climate scientists from across the globe, as well as military and economic analysts, have already established the severity of the issue and the scale of the challenge. And neither is this report designed to make the case ...

  • Ceres report - US banks on climate change

    Profiles of U.S. Banks from  Corporate Governance and Climate Change: The Banking Sector, January ...


    By Ceres

  • Ceres report - European banks on climate change

    Profiles of European Banks from  Corporate Governance and Climate Change: The Banking Sector, January ...


    By Ceres

  • Corporate social responsibility of regional institutions: save water and money with an ecological economics perspective in a climate change context

    As ecological economic fundamentalists argue, we need a new paradigm for changing current global economic system basics. The real problem is that the limits of ecological economics are based on unrealistic or utopian objectives in the proposed research frameworks. Taking this problem into account, present research demonstrates that the combination of mixed methods creates valid results. In this ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Impact of climate change issues on businesses: an action plan using a corporate governance approach

    Business globally are readying themselves for wide-ranging impacts as they transition towards a low-carbon footprint economy. This paper discusses the major impacts for the firm due to the move to a low-carbon footprint system. In doing so it highlights the crucial link between opportunities, costs, risks and structural changes faced by firms, and presents a framework for managing the complex, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Climate Change Interview with Burts Potato Chips

    Burts Potato Chips is a small crisp maker with big ideas on climate change. Its action plan shows you can do a lot with a small budget by investing in projects that contribute directly to your bottom line. Here, Jonty White, Director of Burts Potato Chips, tells us how about the business case behind his company’s response. White will be speaking on this topic along with representatives from ...


    By Green Power Conferences

  • Adapting to climate change: the private sector’s role

    Adapting to the impacts of climate change—like heat waves, increased floods, and natural disasters—is an enormous challenge. It’s also one that comes with an enormous price tag. Although it’s difficult to calculate the extent of the costs, the World Bank ...

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