Businesses can make up for inaction on climate by government by investing in energy and fuel efficiency.
Without the private sector cutting carbon emissions – rather than just lobbying the government for action on climate – the world will never reach the temperature targets of the Paris Agreement.
Fortunately, it’s not quite so gloomy.
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Economic forces – alongside a moral imperative – are driving cities, states and companies to make changes to forestall climate change, regardless of the whims of the White House.
Google last week announced that it is on target to power its operations 100 percent by renewable energy, an example of businesses trying to change the energy system.
With a Trump administration hostile to action on climate change, businesses need to go beyond just complying with environmental regulations and take on the whole system.
Australia has committed to a long-term global average temperature increase to no more than two degrees Celsius – yet often envisions a future in which its is a major coal exporter.
When it comes to climate change and Australia's economic future, different crystal balls can produce vastly different results.
Extreme weather events, such as droughts, will impact businesses in many industries, particularly those that rely on natural resources.
Industry is on the front lines of responding to the effects of climate change and forward-looking businesses are trying to shape policy -- before more stringent measures are imposed.
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