Each carbon pricing strategy has advocates. Knowing the differences — and similarities — between cap-and-trade and a carbon tax help businesses benefit.
Topic: Climate Change
Research on climate change adaptation focuses on strategic and operational responses to carbon management and reduction and changing climate patterns. While there is a great deal of literature examining business and climate change issues, the number of research articles explicitly examining how businesses actually adapt to climate change is surprisingly small.
The Latest From the Climate Change Blog
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This systematic review points to risks and opportunities for many leading sectors dealing with climate change.
Climate change is a business issue. Here are four reasons why adapting to a changing climate should be on every executive’s radar.
These four indicators will help your business measure greenhouse gases across the value chain.
Researchers find policy and industry pressures motivate corporations to participate in the emissions market. Assess your company’s position in this market.
Researchers contrast corporate responses to climate change in the UK and Pakistan. How does your firm’s response compare?
Emissions regulations are likely to increase. Multinational companies don’t need to wait; they can proactively respond by cutting emissions.
A study by Erin M. Reid and Michael W. Toffel suggests the challenges activists and governments mount against one firm can inspire industry-wide change.
Managers can learn from different strategies when considering how to deal with climate change in their business.