Mott MacDonald’s Climate change and business survival report explores the need for up to US$200bn global annual investment in climate adaptation within 20 years to protect against a potential US$1trn in losses as a result of increasingly severe climate impacts. It also calls for urgent and innovative public-private collaboration in order to bridge a looming ‘funding gap’ in investment to ensure the asset base is climate resilient.
Ian Allison, global head Climate Resilience, David Viner, principal advisor and Simon Harrison, strategic development manager discuss the need for investment in climate resilience, the funding gap, and how climate resilient businesses can prosper and become more competitive.
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