Could climate resilience market top $200bn?

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Research suggests companies investing to prevent predicted $1tr of losses will reap benefits, but warns of funding shortage for projects with low returns

The world may soon be spending $200bn each year to combat losses from climate impacts, driving huge opportunities for a wide range of businesses. That is the conclusion of a new report by Mott MacDonald...

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