The early events of early 2022 have surprised and shocked us once again, but the way we’re responding is different. The tragedy in Ukraine surprised the…
2021 was not the year that most expected (or wanted) but I would like to think of it as the year that we started to do some very hard work. Hard work…
Imagine COP26 taking place, as originally scheduled, in November 2020. Virtually or assuming Covid occurred later in this century, the thought exercise…
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the subsidized national flood insurance program is under increased strain due to impacts from climate change and…
There are many moments in the year that I associate with reflection: New Year’s Day (resolutions), Spring (seeing plants spring back to life and bloom…
“Impact” can be a tricky word in the context of investing. Depending on who you talk to, impact can mean everything from philanthropy to concessionary…
A renewed focus on climate commitments from the US This year we saw the US (re)take a stand on climate, pledging to halve greenhouse gases by 2030…
It’s officially spring and it feels like a fresh start with vaccines allowing many people to look towards the world we will return to “post-Covid”. As…
Storm Uri provides an example of what might be to come Every day it seems that there are more news stories than the average person can digest. However…
Mapping Out Climate's Next Chapter Buoyant’s Climate Risk Intelligence Market Map Buoyant has been digging deeper on our Climate Risk Intelligence work, developing a lens by which…
Hello 2021!2020 was…a very full year, and we know many people faced unimaginable challenges. During this time we have once again been invigorated by the am…
Looking Towards the FutureThe Future of ClimateTech Under a Biden Administration The election has come and mostly gone, and while there are still some stragglers (Georgia…