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Audio Blog: Private Sector Perspectives on Climate Resilience

Audio Blog: Private Sector Perspectives on Climate Resilience

The Inter-American Development Bank in partnership with Four Twenty Seven and the Global Adaptation and Resilience Investment (GARI) Working Group held a panel discussion, “Private Sector Perspectives on Climate Resilience”, on Monday, November 14th in Marrakesh, Morrocco as a side event to the proceedings at COP22. You can […]

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From Policy to Markets: the New Climate Agenda

From Policy to Markets: the New Climate Agenda

The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States comes at a time where the world needs more engagement in climate policy, and threatens to derail the world’s efforts to keep global warning below 1.5oC. Financial markets’ interest in low-carbon and resilience finance can help […]

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Supply Chain Risk, on SustainabilityDefined

Supply Chain Risk, on SustainabilityDefined

SustainabilityDefined is the podcast that seeks to define sustainability, one concept (and bad joke) at a time. Hosted by Jay Siegel and Scott Breen. Each episode focuses on a single topic that helps push sustainability forward. They explain each topic with the help of an experienced pro. CEO […]

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Audio Blog: Engaging the Private Sector on Climate Resilience

Audio Blog: Engaging the Private Sector on Climate Resilience

Four Twenty Seven CEO Emilie Mazzacurati discusses how the private sector is responding to climate change risks and highlights opportunities for local governments to engage with local businesses on climate resilience in this audio recording from a panel on The Economic Impacts of Climate Change at the 2016 […]

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Tipping the Balance: US and China Ratify Paris Agreement

Tipping the Balance: US and China Ratify Paris Agreement

Late Friday night, China and the U.S. announced that they formally joined the Paris Agreement. This momentous announcement tips the balance towards a quick entry into force of the Agreement, by the end of 2016 — if not by the end of September. The Paris Agreement requires 55 […]

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Policy Brief: Climate Adaptation in the California Budget

Policy Brief: Climate Adaptation in the California Budget

California is a leader on climate resilience and adaptation efforts in the U.S. Yet translating adaptation policies into clear budget priorities can be a challenge. This Policy Brief provides a detailed analysis of the California budget for FY 2016-2017 with regard to adaptation and resilience spending, with an […]

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Four Twenty Seven Comments to the SEC

Four Twenty Seven Comments to the SEC

Comment Letter from Four Twenty Seven to Securities and Exchange Commission on Concept Release S7-06-16. (Download full letter here)   July 21, 2016 Dear Mr. Fields, I write on behalf of Four Twenty Seven, Inc., a climate risk analytics and market intelligence firm. We submit this letter […]

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What Brexit Means for Climate

What Brexit Means for Climate

Reposted from The Huffington Post, The Blog, view it on HuffPo HERE. BOTTOM LINE In the short run, Brexit means, at the very least, delays and complications in the process towards the ratification of the Paris Accord. The financial volatility caused by the referendum’s outcome could distract […]

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Insights in Resilience: International Adaptation

Insights in Resilience: International Adaptation

We asked our Director of Advisory Services Yoon Kim, about her work on international adaptation and for insights from her recent trip to the 2016 Adaptation Futures Conference in Rotterdam Netherlands. 1. Tell us about your work supporting the US Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) national adaptation […]

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Redefining Climate Risk

Redefining Climate Risk

Comment Letter from Four Twenty Seven to Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures. (Download full letter here) May 23, 2016 Dear Chairman Bloomberg, Four Twenty Seven, Inc., a climate resilience research and advisory firm, is pleased to submit this letter of comment for your consideration and to help […]

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