Amidst the Paris Climate Talks, Renewed United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and billion articles, conferences and CSR agendas focused on mitigating the impact of climate change, emerges a new angle in support of the business case for saving earth. This article talks about the potential impact of climate change on publicly traded investments. As per the article, when investors broaden the definition of climate change impact to include any potential gains or losses to a portfolio related to climate change—called climate exposure—the real-time impact of climate change becomes immediately apparent. 

The article goes on to outline how mainstream investors will not only be the beneficiaries of better climate exposure management, but how corporations, impact investors and foundations can also benefit from focusing on more resilient investments to outperform less-prepared peers. Read on to stay ahead of the climate investment curve!