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Investing in a New Climate A Sustainable Approach to Investing & Living in a New Climate

By: Scott A Schwartz(Author)
170 pages
Publisher: Koda Publishing
Investing in a New Climate
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  • Investing in a New Climate ISBN: 9781737332909 Paperback Aug 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Investing in a New Climate is about dealing with a new normal.

The climate is changing. Not only the physical climate, but the social, economic, and psychological climate, as well. We are living in a disrupted world that is increasingly divided along the lines of economics and politics. Already, globally, we think, feel, and act differently than those before us did. This book is about adaptation and how to take advantage of and thrive in a changing world.

How can we learn to gauge predictable climate change and interpret it as an opportunity to quantify probable impacts and act on them to mitigate economic damage and benefit from new opportunities?

While not a crystal ball, history holds clues of what may likely come, as well as examples of how humans have adapted to changing environments. Through the lens of scientific objectivity, history can give us insight into what changes in our meteorological and economic climates we can anticipate so that we can adapt and find success.

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By: Scott A Schwartz(Author)
170 pages
Publisher: Koda Publishing
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