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The Philippines Is Building a Climate Change-Resilient City

The Philippines Is Building a Climate Change-Resilient City

In a race against climate change, the Philippines is developing a $14 billion metropolis larger than Manhattan called New Clark City designed to be resilient — and sustainable. Take a look at key plans for the massive project.

Hope in the Face of Hurricanes: Changing an Unsustainable Model

Hope in the Face of Hurricanes: Changing an Unsustainable Model

The Pacific has already seen two major hurricanes this season, Aletta and Bud. Fortunately, neither storm reached land at full strength, but with them, Mother Nature sends us a message loud and clear: 2018’s hurricane season has arrived. And with it come plenty of reasons to worry — and a few to

Megafires and Floods: Making Climate Change Resilience Mission-Critical

Megafires and Floods: Making Climate Change Resilience Mission-Critical

When photos from the megafires that blazed through New Mexico appeared on the screen, several people gasped. The Cerro Grande fire in 2000 burned 43,000 to 48,000 acres and cost Los Alamos National Laboratory $331 million, not including productivity. The Las Conchas fire in 2011 cost $15.7 million. Then two … Read more »

Many States Unprepared for Climate Change Impacts on Water Supplies

Many States Unprepared for Climate Change Impacts on Water Supplies

The Alliance for Water Efficiency and the Environmental Law Institute released their 2017 Water Efficiency and Conservation State Scorecard this week, and the results around climate resiliency planning were eye-opening.

CDP and CDSB: Companies See Climate Risks But Aren’t Tackling Them

CDP and CDSB: Companies See Climate Risks But Aren’t Tackling Them

A joint report from CDP and CDSB found a giant gap persists in the way companies around the world identify climate-related risks and opportunities, and how they are actually preparing to tackle them.

How S&P Credit Ratings Change by Environmental & Climate Factors

How S&P Credit Ratings Change by Environmental & Climate Factors

S&P Global’s corporate credit ratings – the organization’s predictions about a company’s capacity and willingness to meet its financial commitments as they come due – are affected by environmental and climate (E&C) factors for more than

Following Hurricane Devastation, Calls to Bring Back the Federal Flood Standards Get Louder

Following Hurricane Devastation, Calls to Bring Back the Federal Flood Standards Get Louder

Opinion: Hurricanes Maria, Irma and Harvey have starkly exposed just how vulnerable America remains, and how much more must be done to rein in the causes and impacts of climate change and strengthen our nation’s resilience to extreme weather events, writes Mindy Lubber, president and CEO of Ceres.

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