“Race: Climate Change vs. Smart Money”
Too often the face of climate change is a hurricane or a water shortage but family budgets are experiencing climate’s cost incrementally in costs all across the economy. In this talk Brian Reynolds explores how businesses are accounting for climate’s costs as a matter of risk management. He gives the audience practical advice on how to talk about climate as threat to conservative business principles.
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Brian Reynolds is executive director of Climate|Money|Policy, a sustainability consultancy which advises organizations on how they can de-leverage their climate risk and prepare for a climatically different world. His firm’s clients span non-profits to manufacturers to small island nations. When not busy with clients Brian travels the country visiting DC and Statehouses, lobbying legislators for aggressive, market-friendly action on climate change. You can find some of his writing on the intersection of climate, risk, and business at www.ClimateMoneyPolicy.com