Factoring Changing Weather Patterns Into Investment Decisions

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – AUGUST 29: Utility workers play in the wind from Hurricane Ida as they wait for the storm to pass to begin repairs on August 29, 2021, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ida made landfall earlier today southwest of New Orleans. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Extreme weather events like Hurricane Ida are occurring with greater frequency causing damage to buildings, businesses, power lines, roads and more, stemming conversations about climate change and our impact on the environment and how such considerations should factor into investment decisions. “AccuWeather estimates that the price tag for Ida’s damage could reach $95 billion,” says founder, George Schultze in his most recent @Forbes blog post. Investors should keep this in mind when analyzing companies in certain sectors. Read the full post here:

Forbes 9.16.21

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