Climate resilience is fast becoming one of the most important strategies to mitigate business risk. Yet, many large organizations still are in the early stages of establishing their climate resilience priorities. Utility Dive/Black & Veatch surveyed top executives and professionals from large companies on their company’s climate resilience strategy in three key industries: (1) energy and utility, (2), manufacturing (food, beverage and consumer products) and (3) transportation and transit.
Our survey revealed broad recognition across these sectors that climate change threatens the continued existence of many businesses. This report summarizes key findings from that research and presents insights that could accelerate corporate climate resilience.
What's in the Report:
- Mitigating risk for three global sectors: energy, manufacturing, transportation and transit
- Deliberations at COP26 Climate Summit may yield even higher global targets for reduction of GHG emissions
- Become more creative, aggressive and collaborative in pursing climate resilience
- Hydrogen energy storage appears to be gaining ground fast