Get ahead of the weather

Collins Climate Consulting

Here's Why

Climate risks are expensive

  • $306 billion in economic losses in 2017  related to climate disasters in the US alone (source: Forbes).
  • Policy shifts and increased power costs may present additional financial risks.
  • Changes in consumer demand, technology and products in a low-carbon economy can be competitive risks or opportunities.

Sustainability is profitable

  • 72% of Millennials are willing to pay more for sustainable products - up from 55% in 2014 (Nielsen Research, 2015).
  • $10 trillion in potential benefits are available to US businesses that engage in climate action by 2050 (source: New York University School of Law).
  • Product and technology innovation, expanding markets and resource efficiencies are profit opportunities. 

Stakeholders expect accountability

  • Investors are increasing pressure for disclosure of climate-related risks and opportunities.
  • Customers are demanding sustainable business practices.

Prepare your business for a low-carbon economy

 The business community has much to gain by taking climate action. Companies are pursuing climate targets to enhance their business strategies and profits while addressing the broader needs of the global community. Getting ahead of the weather means taking proactive action to anticipate climate risks and embrace opportunities. 

Let us help you lead your industry into the future.

Three-tiered approach:

Strategy

Seek stakeholder input on how a low-carbon economy impacts your business strategy.




Innovation

Discover new markets, new products and technologies to give you the competitive edge.

Investor readiness

Know the risks and opportunities that climate change presents and investors expect you to address.


ClimateCON 2018

A NEW CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE INNOVATIVE CLIMATE SOLUTIONS & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.


March 19-23

Asheville, NC

25% Discount with Code CLIMATE_LC

ClimateCAP: The Global MBA Summit on Climate, Capital, & Business

Duke University has partnered with Wharton, Harvard, Stanford, London Business School, Michigan, Cornell, UNC, MIT, NYU, Yale, GA Tech, Kellogg, and Georgetown to make sure every MBA learns what they need to know about the business implications of climate change.

March 23-24, 2018

Durham, North Carolna

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