Edwin Anderson of Oliver Wyman on how risk is changing in a time of climate crisis

March 4, 2020 by  
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A about four to five years ago management consulting firm Oliver Wyman looked at the largest emerging risks facing companies and climate was a standout. From there, the firm began to work on, including its collaboration with the U.N. Environment Program Finance Initiative, to better manage and understand those risks, says Edwin Anderson, partner at Oliver Wyman.

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Building Information Modeling as the Core of Sustainable Design

October 27, 2010 by  
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Building information modeling can be a valuable tool for architects, engineers and contractors that allows them to explore different design options, see what projects will look like and understand how a structure will perform long before it’s built.

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Singapore Companies Save $8.34M With Less Packaging

October 27, 2010 by  
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 In the past three years, 121 companies and other groups have saved $8.34 million by reducing packaging by more than 4,000 tonnes.

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Crumbling Water Infrastructure Needs a Surge of Investment

October 27, 2010 by  
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A survey by ITT finds that nearly two-thirds of voters and just over half of businesses would be willing to pay more for their water to ensure its quality and availability.

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Apple Falls, HP Rises in Latest Greenpeace Toxic Tech Scores

October 27, 2010 by  
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The environmental group has released the latest version of its influential Guide to Greener Electronics, with Nokia in the top spot and Nintento stuck in dead last.

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Small Companies Offer Big Sustainability Lessons

October 26, 2010 by  
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The sustainability arena has been abuzz over the latest corporate responsibility rankings: Newsweek’s Greenest Companies and The Boston College Center/Reputation Institute CSR Index. While such assessments provide valuable insights, most are limited in informational value because they omit smaller companies

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Why Businesses Should Care About Biodiversity

July 13, 2010 by  
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Just as it’s practically standard for companies to measure and report on their greenhouse gas emissions and understand the risks and opportunities they face from climate change, companies are being urged to understand the impacts they have on biodiversity and ecosystems.  

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