As institutional investors begin to grapple with the risks of water scarcity amid a time of climate change, they will need help in evaluating their portfolio's exposure.
Simple-to-use tools that can reduce business travel have long been available. The coronavirus is forcing us now to use them, and the climate could benefit.
Water scarcity is emerging as a major climate challenge for institutional investors. While most attention is on the coronavirus impact, this stands to be a big longer-term concern.
Australia's huge bushfires underline how climate change can exacerbate environmental problems. Yet many asset owners haven't grappled with this impact on their portfolios.
The world’s newest multilateral wants to use an initial ranking of high-yield emerging market bonds as a means to help asset owners assess climate risk exposure across their portfolios.
Most of Asia’s coastal capital and commercial centres will end up facing floods unless investors, regulators and governments embrace radical policies to combat global warming.