This category is climate change in relation to sustainability and CSR and how these segments effect one another. This includes how climate change has started to cause a wide range of physical effects with serious implications for investors and businesses, and how the business sector discloses climate risks and manage them.

The EPA Under Scott Pruitt: What Will it be Like?

The irony of the “fox guarding the henhouse” isn’t lost on Johnson Bridgewater of the Sierra Club’s Oklahoma chapter. He weighs in on the future of the EPA under former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt.

How to Move Sustainable Investing Into the Spotlight

The Climate Trust’s director of investments, Kristen Kleiman, explains how we can bring sustainable investing into the spotlight: “If 25 years have taught me anything, it’s that framing is everything.”

Looking to the Future of Sustainable Cities

Joel Oerter, an MBA candidate at the University of Washington Foster School of Business, was one of hundreds of students to attend the 2016 Net Impact conference in Philadelphia. As we look to the role sustainability will play in 2017 and beyond, Oerter reflects on urban development conversations from the conference and how they may shape our future.

Twitter Chat Recap: #ATTsmartcities with AT&T

The city of the future is environmentally sustainable and addresses the needs of its residents. During this Twitter Chat, our distinguished panelists discussed these smart cities, which are popping up all around us. Participants were able to learn and network here for a fun, productive hour!

It’s Time to Accelerate Innovation and Action on Climate Change

It’s past time to accelerate innovation and action on climate change, says Seva Karpauskaite, a master’s student from Kaunus, Lithuania, and the winner of Masdar’s 2017 Engage Social Media Contest. She reflects on her hopes for the future before attending Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.

Obama: The Climate Fight Has ‘Irreversible Momentum’

This week Barack Obama became the first U.S. president to pen an article for the peer-reviewed Science magazine. In it, he argues that clean energy and climate action achieved “irreversible momentum” that will persist regardless of future policies coming out of Washington.

Trump EPA Nominee Would Trash Air And Water Safeguards

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt sued the Environmental Protection Agency more than a dozen times to block air, water and climate protections. But he’s on tap to lead the agency in the incoming Trump administration.

Wind and Solar Costs Are Plummeting: Now What Do We Do?

New research shows renewables are now the cheapest available sources of electricity in many areas. This flips the question of clean-versus-cost on its head. And in 2017, we may be asking: How much can we save by accelerating the renewable energy transition?