PAL Climate Risk Map

London’s annual cost of climate change is already a staggering $3.9Bn and is rising much faster than its GDP

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New Global Climate Risk Map identifies, quantifies and puts Dollar figures on Climate Change Risk for 520 cities worldwide With international agreement on climate change policy still a distant dream, the need for individual cities to grasp the financial implications of their local vulnerability to the ravages of unabated global warming has never been so […]

London’s annual cost of climate change is already a staggering $3.9Bn and is rising much faster than its GDP was last modified: November 23rd, 2018 by Bruce Menzies

The Thames Barrier has saved London – but is it time for TB2?

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Its increasing deployment trend compares well with that of PAL’s correlation of extreme weather-related disasters and global warming – another evidence-based validation of PAL’s algorithm-based predictability. The Thames Barrier has saved London – but is it time for TB2? was last modified: November 25th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies

The Thames Barrier has saved London – but is it time for TB2? was last modified: November 25th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies

The ever-increasing deployment of London’s River Thames Barrier is stark testimony that climate change is now a grim reality

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The twin threats to London of fluvial flooding and storm surges are no longer exceptional. The ever-increasing deployment of London’s River Thames Barrier is stark testimony that climate change is now a grim reality was last modified: November 25th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies

The ever-increasing deployment of London’s River Thames Barrier is stark testimony that climate change is now a grim reality was last modified: November 25th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies
Potential claims liability against 5 big oil for cities with climate risk

$1.8trillion in compensation claims against 5 Big Oil is potentially at stake – twice their combined market capitalization – if all major cities with climate risk follow New York City’s lead

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New York City’s claim is paving the way to an enormous black hole in the share value of 5 Big Oil (and other oil companies too). The staggering sums scoping the size of their potential liability from climate-related claims is a warning to asset managers and pension fund administrators. The 5 Big Oil companies should […]

$1.8trillion in compensation claims against 5 Big Oil is potentially at stake – twice their combined market capitalization – if all major cities with climate risk follow New York City’s lead was last modified: November 25th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies