Filed Under: Climate Risk
News, analysis, and data about the bailout.
Brookings: How Biden and Congress can use COVID-related corporate stimulus to boost climate resilience
Brookings arges that the U.S. should use pandemic recovery funds to incentivize corporations to better confront their own climate risk exposure.
Is financial regulation the way to deal with climate change? Exxon loses a lot of oil, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery.
Ceres: Financing a Net-Zero Economy
In an October report, Ceres lays out how banks can discuss and mitigate their climate risk exposure.
Ceres: Blueprint for Responsible Policy Engagement on Climate Change
Ceres offers a blueprint on how companies can establish systems that address climate change as a systemic risk and integrate this understanding into their direct and indirect lobbying on climate policies.
Urgewald: Five Years Lost
On the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement, a new report details twelve new fossil fuel projects that would use a significant portion of the remaining carbon budget.
Mnuchin grilled over clawback, BlackRock vows shareholder votes on climate, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from Dec 11, 2020.
Climate change has hit the U.S. harder than any other G20 country, hundreds of companies that got stimulus aid have failed, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from November 20th, 2020.
Evergreen Collaborative: Preventing a Climate Crash
The next president can use five tools to rein in climate risk to our financial system and prevent the next economic crash.
Fed acknowledges climate risk, Biden transition rumors, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from November 13, 2020.