This blog post is a re-post from our blog post at Global Solution Networks, 3/23/2015: Networks are a growing topic of discussion for what I’ll characterize as Risk 2.0 global challenges. Climate change is such a challenge, and has been a focus of early work by Global Solution Networks (see, for example, Addressing the Climate […]
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.
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 […]
This blog post was originally published by Dr. Mark C. Trexler in Greenbiz.com on March 4, 2013. When writing anything about climate change — and particularly about climate risk — I often hear back about the need to mention “opportunities.” The same goes for sustainability. Apparently, the only risks we can hope to manage, and the only things we […]
In Part 1 of this blog series, I raised the question of whether the growing focus on adaptation and resilience suggests (perhaps subliminally) that we’re giving up on managing climate risk. In Part 2, I looked at four potential climate futures; I tentatively concluded that Scenario #3, “Bad Things Happen, Then More Bad Things Happen,” […]