This is an eye-catching graphic, wouldn’t you say? It’s for a talk that Amory Lovins gave at Yale exactly two years ago. (See also the companion interview from the superb online journal Yale Environment 360.)
Joel Makower and the very good people at GreenBiz have posted an excerpt/adaptation from the book. It focuses on the fact that businesses and investors have a very keen perception these days of the many risks that come with climate change “through regulatory exposure, physical exposure, competitive exposure and reputational – including litigational – exposure,” as the economist John Llewellyn put it in his seminal paper, The Business of Climate Change.
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