After almost 30 years working on climate strategy and climate risk, we have come to realize that climate risk management depends on the more targeted and effective communication of climate risks and opportunities. We focus on helping companies address the fundamental “is it worth it?” and “can I do it?” questions of climate change risk management. Through our climate risk coaching, climate risk scenario building, and climate action tipping point services, and with the support of our proprietary Climate WebTM climate risk knowledge management tool, the Climatographers can help you navigate a prudent and well-informed course through the uncertainties of climate change and climate risk.
The Climatographers have authored hundreds of publications and reports during their tenure in the climate change field. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a comprehensive publications list.
Dr. Mark C. Trexler has more than 30 years of regulatory and energy policy experience, and has advised clients around the world on climate change risk and risk management for more than 25 years. Mark joined the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC in 1988, where he worked on the first carbon offset project, the CARE Agroforestry Project in Guatemala. He founded Trexler Climate + Energy Services (TC+ES) in 1991, working extensively with electric sector and other energy clients, as well as with governmental and NGO clients, on risk mitigation and adaptation strategies, including the development of a wide range of climate change decision-support tools such as carbon market models and carbon offset quality scoring systems. Mark directed EcoSecurities’ Global Consulting Services Group from 2007-2009 after EcoSecurities acquired TC+ES, and was Director of Climate Risk for the global risk management firm of Det Norske Veritas from 2009-2012. He is widely published on business risk management topics surrounding climate change, including in the design and deployment of carbon markets. Mark has served as a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and holds graduate degrees from the University of California at Berkeley. Contact him at: email@example.com.
Laura H. Kosloff has worked as an environmental attorney since 1985, including as Associate Editor of the Environmental Law Reporter in Washington, DC, and as an environmental litigator for the U.S. Department of Justice. She served as General Counsel to Trexler Climate + Energy Services (TC+ES) and as Associate General Counsel to EcoSecurities Group plc. In her General Counsel roles, she supported teams of more than 20 climate change consultants, managing all contract negotiations as well as wide-ranging HR and IP issues across offices in multiple countries. She has worked extensively on the design of greenhouse gas mitigation and offset policies, and participated in carbon offset negotiations and due diligence. Laura was chair of the American Bar Association’s Climate Change Committee, and has served in numerous leadership capacities within the ABA, most recently chairing the group’s 2011 annual conference of more than 300 environmental, energy, and resources lawyers. Her legal background also includes sustainable development, power plant siting, and water law. Ms. Kosloff holds a J.D. degree from the University of California at Davis, and a B.A. from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.