Climate-related disasters have astronomical economic impacts that are felt from Main St. to Wall St. With the globe continuing to warm, we are certain to experience a greater annual concentration of these calamities — as well as ballooning price tags associated with them. How can we integrate climate science and data-driven market analysis into business decisions to reduce risks and build economic resilience in the face of a rapidly changing climate?
- Jenny Schuetz / Senior Fellow, Brookings
- Marilyn Waite / Program Officer in Environment, Hewlett Foundation
- Robert Litterman / Founding Partner, Kepos Capital
- Emilie Mazzacurati / Global Head of Climate Solutions, Moody's Corporation
- Alicia Seiger / Managing Director, Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford University
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