Coronavirus#2: How “CLIMATE RISK APPETITE” post COVID-19 may become a central element of enterprise and government planning

The collapse in global industrial production is likely to mark a nadir in global emissions, which, if we measure it, may provide a “Global Eyeball” of how we recover and how much of prior emissions are turned back on versus what happens if industries take a different path towards lower impact solutions.

The article below, provides some valuable thoughts on how to think of the next stage in global industrial production and how this might impact CLIMATE RISK APPETITE.

See also this recent post on CLIMATE RISK APPETITE: