This blog post was originally published by Dr. Mark C. Trexler in CSRWire, Oct. 21, 2013. The Biggest Unarticulated Issue In his classic study of business scenario planning, The Art of Strategic Conversation (2005), Kees van der Heijden notes that: “[M]ost companies . . . have looming somewhere at the edge of their collective consciousness […]
This blog post was originally published by Dr. Mark C. Trexler in Sustainable Business Oregon, Sept. 9, 2013. Dexter Gauntlett’s Aug. 29 blog “The coming avalanche of adaptation dollars” makes the case that climate change adaptation will be a major source of new revenue for consultants and other organizations in the Pacific Northwest. I agree […]
Our e-books, Adapting to Climate Change: 2.0 Enterprise Risk Management (Dō Sustainability:London 2013), and The Changing Profile of Corporate Climate Change Risk (Dō Sustainability:London 2012) now have Kindle editions — available on Amazon.com for a reduced price of $9.99 through June.
In its April issue, the journal Nature Climate Change published an Opinion and Commentary piece, “Limits to Adaptation.” The authors of the Commentary suggest that the time has come for researchers and policy makers to “begin making progress in predicting and anticipating climate change adaptation limits,” and “to start making plans for managing the consequences […]
Most companies do not yet recognize what it means to adapt to future climate change, and do not yet see it as a business priority. Our new e-book, Adapting to Climate Change: 2.0 Enterprise Risk Management, published by DōSustainability.com, tackles two key questions facing decision makers: 1) Is adaptation worth it to me as a […]