The Global Climate Risk Map shows Dollar values of climate risk for 520 cities worldwide. This snapshot shows the risks at play in the southern US, Central America and northern South America. The massive eastern US risk is on the horizon.

Apply Carbon Financial Risk Metrics to identify Responsible Investments that reward investors while saving the planet

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December 2018 – with populist riots against carbon taxation in France, and a weak agreement at COP24 in Poland, ESG-based Responsible Investment propositions can take the heat out of climate change and reap financial rewards too.   Done well, Responsible Investment is a virtuous circle, rewarding investors for choosing corporations who are ESG (Environmental, Social […]

Apply Carbon Financial Risk Metrics to identify Responsible Investments that reward investors while saving the planet was last modified: January 4th, 2019 by Bruce Menzies
Climate loss projections expressed as carbon prices for 2017 for five South American countries and China using PAL’s Universal Carbon Price (PAL-UP). If adopted globally, PAL-UP would be over 90% revenue efficient.

The price of carbon is y = Lx / C

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Using this simple equation, Dollar-based climate losses for Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru are compared with those for China and the US in Dollars per tonne CO2 – not just tonnes CO2   Financial metrics applied to economic scenarios are invaluable for assessing the risks associated with climate change at global, national and city […]

The price of carbon is y = Lx / C was last modified: January 4th, 2019 by Bruce Menzies