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Protecting our capital: How climate adaptation in cities creates a resilient place for business

Posted on: 22 July 2014
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The latest Carbon Displacement Project report also flags the significant opportunity for collaboration between city governments and business to improve climate resilience. The benefits that business brings to cities, including jobs, tax revenue and services, are one of the drivers for cities to improve their climate resilience. Similarly, businesses are reliant on public infrastructure and environmental policies to support and guide their operations. This report shows how cooperation between cities and businesses leads to better resilience city-wide. Both sectors can benefit from a greater understanding of each other’s climate change risks, and companies can help reduce city-wide risks by embedding local adaptation needs within their business operations.

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