Data Release! Climate Exposure in Real Estate Investment Trusts

Data Release: Climate Risk Exposure in Real Estate Investment Trusts Four Twenty Seven & GeoPhy announce the first global dataset on REITs’ exposure to climate change     Four Twenty Seven and GeoPhy announced that they have scored 350 Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) for their exposure to physical impacts of climate change globally. The data […]

Major Climate Report Describes a Strong Risk of Crisis as Early as 2040

Click here for the New York Times coverage of the recent UN report on climate change and crisis risk.

Hurricanes Are Getting Worse. Californians Should Take Note.

Click here for the recent PPIC article, ‘Hurricanes Are Getting Worse. Californians Should Take Note.’

Sea level rise meets its potential match

Click here for the recent article from the San Francisco Chronicle, ‘Sea level rise meets its potential match’.

Resilient by Design GCAS Storefront now open!

Click here for info on the new Resilient by Design Global Climate Action Summit Storefront.

Californians’ Views on Climate Change – Public Policy Institute of California

Click here for PPIC’s statewide survey of Californians on climate issues.

Bay Area Climate News from CRI

BAY AREA CLIMATE NEWS FROM CRI September 2018      THE BIG PICTURE    The Summer of 2018 — Where Do We Even Start? Only part way through the Summer (late July) the Washington Post ran an extraordinary piece scanning the planet — record heat in the Netherlands, fires above the Arctic Circle, hottest temps ever in Africa and Japan, […]

Next Week! Join Four Twenty Seven at GCAS

Four Twenty Seven Featured at GCAS   Emilie Mazzacurati to speak at GCAS session on resilience   Four Twenty Seven Founder and CEO, Emilie Mazzacurati, joins Mark Tercek, CEO of The Nature Conservancy, Eric Davidson, President of the American Geophysical Union and world leaders to discuss the role of climate data in accelerating resilience investments.   The […]

Innovation and Climate Adaptation in the Bay Area

  This panel (as part of the Governor’s Climate Summit), will present efforts by the San Francisco Estuary Institute, the CA Coastal Conservancy and the Exploratorium to address the Climate Adaptation challenge in the Bay Area To reserve seat, RSVP to reserve@exploratorium.edu  or call 415-528-4444, then chose Option 5

Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change

Click here for the recent landmark retrospective story on climate change in the New York Times Sunday Magazine.