Companies started thinking about climate change business risks and opportunities decades ago. It’s easy to forget, for example, that coal-intensive electric utilities anticipated CO2 emissions reduction mandates by the early-1990s.
Today, a broad range of companies, investors, and other stakeholders are paying much more attention to business climate risks. No one individual or company can keep up with it all. The video to the right runs you through a small part of the Climate Web’s Business Risk Library. More importantly, the Climate Web helps you access the most important ideas in many of those materials.
In this Climate Spotlight, we profile a triad of closely related business climate risk topics. We explore how you can use the Climate Web to go as deeply into the business risk topic as you want. Each of the three business risk topics is a complex issue in its own right and can be independently explored in the Climate Web. Climate Web users may be much more interested in any one of the three topics at a given time. But they are closely connected nonetheless.
Jump to the topic most important to you from the links below. You can then explore that topic within the Spotlight. You can switch to another topic at any time by going back to these links.