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Venice is a new kind of paradigm for the value of a fixed structure: most are sinking, valuable (for now) but historically significant and hard to…
The world lost two decades in the decarbonisation fight, but the person arguably responsible is the most revered figure in all of climate economics. How…
2021 taught us a few key lessons, and offers big hints on the extent to which capital will follow a theory of change — but only to a point.
Will Ferrell's GM Super Bowl ad, which aired 7th February here in the US, has probably done more to recast electrification than any climate rally or NGO…
In 2016, a little-reported plant opening took place in the desert of South Australia, one that has the power to reimagine the way we produce fresh food…
We hear about the rising number of billion-dollar natural disasters in the news often. But what does this mean? What does it cost you, and what are the…
Suppose an 18-year old comes up to you, committed to decarbonisation, and asks: 'what career should I follow for the highest net impact?' What should…
Sometimes a risk is something we've known our whole lives, but its profile changes when it comes with greater frequency and severity.
The aftermath of Hurricane Ida in the American Gulf Coast and Northeast took the headlines, but we need to examine a very important story that unfolded…
You don't need to own a waterfront home to understand why Sea Level Rise (SLR) and coastal erosion are big problems for everyone.
When it comes to climate and finance, we know enough to predict a few things with confidence. It requires attention. Paying attention involves seeing…