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Ceres In The News

Listing of news clips featuring Ceres and our work.
A Change in the Weather on Wall Street
Nov 07, 2012
With Wall Street under water, it's time to get serious about climate change.
The Star-Ledger: A Q&A on ... disaster insurance
Nov 05, 2012
Hurricane Sandy has shuttered — and shredded — businesses throughout New Jersey. It’s the type of storm that climate change experts have predicted: Bigger. Nastier. Worsened by higher water temperatures and heavier moisture in the air.
How Insurers Can Foil the Next Hurricane Sandy
Oct 31, 2012
With the recent proliferation of extreme weather events — most recently Hurricane Sandy — industry watchers say it’s time for insurers to lobby for big changes, this time to mitigate disasters tied to global climate change.
How storms like Sandy batter insurance companies
Oct 29, 2012
Weather forecasters certainly have a difficult job right now, trying to predict when an unpredictable “frankenstorm” will make landfall.
5 Insurance Stocks in Hurricane Sandy's Crosshairs
Oct 26, 2012
While 2012 has been a much better year for property and casualty insurers than 2011, Hurricane Sandy could change that, with its surprising timing, direction, and possibly its duration.
Investor group says oil sands industry must cut environmental risks
Oct 22, 2012
An international group of investment funds with investments in Alberta’s oil sands is concerned the industry’s environmental performance could be creating financial risk.
Population Growth in Cat-Prone Areas Contributes to Insured Losses
Oct 18, 2012
Growing populations and higher densities in areas of the U.S. prone to severe weather, coupled with a potential shift in the risk landscape due to climate change, have been contributing to a rise in insured loss tabs.
Food, Water Shortages Should Alarm All Investors
Oct 10, 2012
Sustainability needs to be embraced by all investors and integrated across capital markets if the world is to address its most pressing problems.
Report Points to Insurance Industry’s Vulnerability to Climate Change
Oct 10, 2012
A new report from Ceres urges the insurance industry to act to protect itself and the community against the increasing frequency of extreme weather due to climate change.
In New Orleans, Entergy Prepares for the Next Big One
Oct 05, 2012
The power utility Entergy (ETR), which serves 2.8 million customers along the Gulf Coast and in Arkansas, announced that it had developed a new framework to compensate landowners for preserving swamps as part of one of the more aggressive climate risk management plans in the country.
Utilities expert urges shift in power sources
Sep 25, 2012
As a historic drought drives attention to climate change, Ron Binz, a consultant and 30-year veteran of public power, came to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Monday afternoon with a daunting and urgent message on energy.
Insurers Pressed to Take Lead in Tempering Climate Risk
Sep 20, 2012
U.S. property-casualty insurers should take a leadership role in preparing for climate-change risks as severe weather becomes more frequent, a lobbying group said.
Starbucks, Ben & Jerry's join lobby push for wind credit
Sep 18, 2012
Businesses that support wind power are turning up the pressure on Congress to extend a tax incentive for the industry before it expires at the end of the year.
Complaints are few as fuel efficiency rises
Sep 12, 2012
The auto industry continues to be a strong supporter of the Obama Obama administration’s recently announced 54.5-mile-per-gallon fuel standard for cars by 2025.
Global Warming Ascends Agenda of Socially Responsible Investors
Sep 11, 2012
Among public pension funds in the U.S., the large California plans have long been the most public and progressive when it comes to considering the impact of environment, social matters and corporate governance, on their investment portfolio. Increasingly they are not alone.
Colorado Springs Gazette: The least costly, most efficient solution for the Springs
Sep 05, 2012
Saving electricity is the lowest cost, cleanest and least risky resource available to utilities. Increasing energy efficiency provides important co-benefits including local job creation, water savings, and reduced air pollution.
Romney Needs to Make a U-Turn on Fuel Standards
Aug 29, 2012
The Obama administration's fuel-economy standards, finalized today, highlight the stark choice voters face this November about the path of U.S. energy policy.
The New York Times: Will Emissions Disclosure Mean Investor Pressure on Polluters?
Aug 27, 2012
New reports and financial tools are encouraging greater disclosure from companies while, hopefully, also pushing investors to build more responsible portfolios.
Ethical Corporation: New rigorous ratings tools help investors and companies
Aug 17, 2012
The Global Initiative for Sustainability Ratings offers an opportunity for credible corporate performance assessment.
The Houston Chronicle: Expiration of tax credit threatens wind industry
Aug 14, 2012
For years, the federal government has supported innovation in the energy sector, funding everything from advanced drilling techniques to more efficient turbine design.