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"Memory fades very fast," said civil engineering professor George Deodatis at the university event Monday. "The next six months to a year will be critical."World's top investors call for action on climate change
[Irwin Redlener, a public health professor], however, stressed that leadership also meant getting tough with climate denial...
"If someone considers that Sandy was a 1,000 year event, what we have to do is go to a completely different model than if we consider Sandy was the 100 year event or the 200 year event," said Deodatis. "But because we have new conditions this might be the new standard of a 100 year event or even a 50 year event."
The letter is signed by:
the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (Europe);
Investor Network on Climate Risk (North America);
Investor Group on Climate Change (Australia & New Zealand);
Asia Investor Group on Climate Change;
the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative;
the Principles for Responsible Investment Initiative.