Bankrupt economics: Links for July 2019

Winds of change: Boardroom adaptation

Bloomberg   America's Two Coal Giants Join Forces as Their Market Wanes

Bloomberg   Companies See $1 Trillion in Climate Risk, but More in Potential Reward

Business Green   Investors launch co-ordinated effort to force corporate climate disclosure

Eco-Business   Top food firms spot supply-chain risks to forests in real time

Edie   Report: Net-zero targets now cover one-sixth of global economy

Fortune   75 Executives Lobbied Congress for a National Carbon Price. We Listened

Guardian   'Change is coming': Al Gore says economics will break fossil fuel dinosaurs

Independent   Church of England votes to withdraw funds from companies that contribute to climate change

Reuters   Cargill says food industry will miss zero deforestation goal

Reuters   Exclusive: Investors with $34 trillion demand urgent climate change action

Telegraph   The financial industry is talking the talk on climate change. It must make more effort to walk the walk

UNFCCC   Tennis World Unites in Fight against Climate Change

USA Today   You can't save the climate by going vegan. Corporate polluters must be held accountable.

Wall Street Journal   Funds Say Climate Change Is Now Part of Their Investing Equation

Wall Street Journal   San Francisco Fed Wants to Reward Banks for Combating Climate Change

Washington Post   More U.S. businesses making changes in response to climate concerns

Yale   12 books on how climate change is transforming businesses and the global economy

Yale   The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures could help create a new, low-carbon economy

Photo Attributions

 

Bankrupt economics: Photo by: Eddy Van 3000

Vengeful externalities: Photo by: USDA NRCS Montana

Green Money: Photo by: Matthias Mueller 

Winds of change: Photo by: Marco Verch Professional Photographer and Speaker

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