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AiSat Dec 2
European investors managing worth more than 1 trillion pounds ($1.28 trillion) are pressing top auditors to take urgent action on -related risks, warning that failure to do so could do more damage than the financial crisis
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Global Risk Institute Dec 2
"The disclosures of climate risk must become comprehensive, climate risk management must be transformed, and investing for a net-zero world must go mainstream," Carney said in a statement.
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David Alexander Dec 2
Buying property is emotional. Tech can help people understand their home’s .
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Louise Page Dec 3
"Monster" health issue is right. There hasn't been nearly enough focus on the cost of NOT addressing the impacts of the climate crisis. The cost of changing lifestyles is nothing compared to the $$$ and ramifications dealing with the result of not doing anything.
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PCAN (Place-based Climate Action Network) Dec 2
UK businesses and industry - how have you been (directly and indirectly) affected by climate change? This survey from and wants to hear from you, to help inform future and adaptation planning. Deadline 12 Dec.
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Peter Gardner Dec 2
Coal power becoming 'uninsurable' as firms refuse cover
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Caroline Normile Dec 2
“...banks to insurers to asset managers, face climate-related risks. One way or another... through natural disasters and forced migration, or decisive moves to transform energy use — they could end up facing trillions of dollars in cumulative losses.”
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Paul Timothy Reeve Dec 2
Replying to @bethsawin
I also wonder about treatment of as per, for example, Lenton et al in Nature last week, Weitzman & Wagner, etc. Temperature projections as tidy lines/figures (the conventional shorthand, esp. verbally) seem misleading, possibly world-devastatingly so?
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Daniel Wiseman Dec 3
Hmm... would love to know if write down is genuinely due to new strategy, or just clever way to package impairments Repsol needed to take anyway because of bad bets on North American gas?
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💧Jeremy Mansfield 🌏 Dec 9
Hayne''s statement on Directors duties yesterday triggers 5 pages coverage. Could be something in that!
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Emily Webster 9h
Delighted to share my new paper Information Disclosure and the Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy: Climate-Related Risk in the UK and France in the Journal of Environmental Law
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Iban Ameztoy Dec 8
& | - This one reminds me to those little amazing monsters with fluorescence capacities 🙃 🛰️🏝️ 20191201 Full Size-> 🧐
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Energetics Australia 3h
It will no longer be a legitimate defence for a director to plead ignorance of the reputational risks of climate change, leading environmental lawyers warned on Monday.
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Eleanor Sharpe Dec 5
What if insurers can't predict accurately? "The very industry that’s meant to stabilize society in the face of climate change is itself being destabilized by climate change." What happens to millions who rely on insurance protection?
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Paul Timothy Reeve Dec 2
Replying to @theresphysics
Despite work like Lenton et al's in Nature on last week, we're still talking about future temperature trajectories as if they were tidy lines on a graph and not spread-out clouds of uncertainty. I have a notion about why (& why it's risky)...
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Jeanne Martin Dec 3
Charter Communications & Moody’s have vowed to improve their disclosures after receiving warning letters from activist hedge fund TCI TCI said it will vote against directors at groups that do not publish their CO2 emissions
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Thomas Nicolas de Lamballerie Dec 6
Full house tonight for our side event on pavilion “From assessment to climate risk management”. Thank you so much , , for a very constructive session. Looking forward to working with you again.
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ESG Global Advisors Dec 5
A key finding: almost 60% of companies in the S&P 500 and more than 40% of companies in the S&P Global 1200 hold assets at high risk of physical climate change impacts. It is critically important that companies understand their exposure to climate-related risk.
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Daniel Wiseman Dec 6
Whitehaven Coal Ltd shares tumble on news of recruitment troubles and ongoing business interruptions from bushfire smoke and drought.. gee.. wonder why no one wants to work for them..
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Alternatives Watch Dec 9
Investment consultant Cambridge Associates said in a report that is likely underestimated by financial markets and due for massive repricing.
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