Environment Agency chair: Business unprepared for worsening weather

Failure to invest at scale in climate change mitigation and adaptation risks inducing global economic shocks, according to Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd.

At the European Commission’s high-level conference on global sustainable finance on Thursday, she said that, “We are not reducing emissions fast enough and businesses, infrastructure, technology, and people are not prepared for weather impacts that we are certain will get worse in the next 11 years. It makes financial sense for our investments to meet both of these concerns.”

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