From 1998 to 2017 the global economic cost of climate-related disasters skyrocketed 151% over the previous 20 year period to $2.25 trillion. Join our expert panelists for a discussion about future climate risk assessment options for companies, investors, financial advisors and policymakers.
Where does capital need to be deployed in the US to build resilient infrastructure, foster innovation, and promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization? Henderson explains how her Green Transition Scoreboard tracks the requirements for funding.
de Bartok describes how she developed the world’s first Social Performance Index, the MSPI, which measures companies’ social performance against best practices standards and in relation to their financial performance.
Simms shares how to address 3 shortcomings of risk analysis in public and private market investing.
Henderson brings her 40 years of foresight, insight, and integrity to a discussion of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Life on Land, UN Sustainable Development Goal #15, brings out the best in Samuelrich. In this podcast she talks about how shareholder engagement with companies and their supply chains can produce good business results.
Climate Action, UN Sustainable Development Goal #13, is on most investors’ minds. In this podcast Klimo talks to advisors about long-term climate-focused portfolio strategies that he recommends to investors.
Doherty, co-founder of Long Haul Capital’s innovative lending program and co-author of “The New Grand Strategy”, sees an opportunity to make walkable towns and cities the key to a successful U.S. economic future.
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