The Dichotomy of Home Equity: Climate Change’s Varied Impact on High Net Worth vs. Middle-Class Americans

This blog post originally appeared in Building Financial Resilience to Climate Change. In the grand spectrum of wealth distribution in America, the significance of home equity varies starkly between high net worth individuals and the middle class. While both demographics attach considerable importance to their property holdings, the impact of climate change unravels a distinct … Read more

From Montreal to Paris to today

Contrasting the Triumphs of the Montreal Protocol and the Challenges of the Paris Accord. In the annals of environmental diplomacy, two landmark agreements stand out as beacons of hope in the fight against global environmental threats: the Montreal Protocol of 1987 and the Paris Accord of 2015. Both agreements aimed to address pressing issues endangering … Read more

A National Economic Imperative

This post first appeared in the Blog & Podcast series: Building Financial Resilience for an uninsurable future. Climate change poses significant economic challenges and risks that create a national economic imperative for the United States. Several ways in which climate change impacts the economy include: Extreme Weather Events: Climate change contributes to an increase in … Read more