How Cos., Asset Managers Can Plan For Physical Climate Risk

Law360 (March 19, 2020, 5:18 PM EDT) -- In the last year, the scope and size of measurable physical impacts from climate change have proved yet again that climate change is no longer a future risk.

It is here and now, in the form of raging wildfires from California to Australia;[1] temperatures from 65 degrees in Antarctica to 90 degrees in Anchorage, Alaska;[2] floods throughout the Midwest at the conclusion of the wettest 12-month period in U.S. history;[3] and a record fourth year in a row with at least one Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic.[4]

The speed and scale of the climactic shifts underway are driving calls for...

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