August 2018 | Prepare For The New Climate Economy

The signals are getting stronger: A new market economy is fast emerging - “The Climate Economy”. This is the clear message in the latest and most dramatic analysis of accelerating climate change. The Sustainian investigates how it changes the rules of the market game and challenges existing criteria for creating growth.

MARKET STRATEGY
key numbers

The New Climate Economy: Must Read Numbers

What are the absolute key numbers defining the new climate economy that business must know and prepare for in the coming years?


NEW STUDY
Hothouse Earth

“Hothouse Earth” Is Your New Reality

A new widely commented scientific study on the state of climate change warns that we should prepare for apocalyptic domino effect.


MARKET STRATEGY
safe markets.

The Safe Markets In The New Economy

If you are on the lookout for climate change safe investments, Scandinavia is the place to look.


LEADER OF THE WEEK
Connie Hedegaard, Call for solutions

Connie Hedegaard: Five Tips For Sustainable Profits

The former EU Climate Commissioner insists sustainability is not rocket science if you take some simple steps.


GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY EXPLORER

Global Opportunity Explorer solutions

The Explorer: Here Are The Solutions

Captured carbon creating new value. Air-conditioning powered by nature. A zero-emission, autonomous container. Three breakthrough solutions from the Global Opportunity Explorer clearly document how climate change can be turned into new global opportunities. They are all front-running examples of how businesses can thrive in the new economy.


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