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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Deliver Actionable Climate Knowledge

the growing mountain of climate change information in cartoon form

Ten years ago I saw a presentation by the authors of the book Influencer: The Power to Change Anything. It’s about how human beings make decisions, and by implication how individuals’ decisions can be influenced by getting them the right information at the right time. But not just any information, and often not the information […]

Companies Started Tackling Climate Change 29 Years Ago: How Has the Business Environment Changed?

globe as a chess board with push pin chess pieces everywhere

In 1988 Roger Sant and his company Applied Energy Services (now just AES) were building small coal-fired power plants around the U.S. Roger would have preferred to build wind, but there was no way to make that work economically. So he set out with the help of the World Resources Institute to do the first […]

Join “Climate Advisors for Climate Impact!”

Do we as climate change consultants, lawyers, accountants, and other advisors see ourselves as having a larger goal when it comes to our work? Are we consciously trying to make a difference on climate change, including trying to accelerate a low-carbon transition? The answer is certainly “yes” for many of us. This invitation is for […]

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