CCRM CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS
At CCRM we employ a tiered approach to decision making and climate risk assessment by offering the following services:
DUE DILIGENCE ANALYSIS FOR THIRD PARTIES
TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR WRITING COMPANY REPORTS
A CLIMATE CHANGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR BUSINESS GROUPS
Climate change is the most important issue facing humanity in the twenty first century and it will change the way we all live and work in the future.
We can provide a number of services to businesses, governments and NGO's. Including climate change risk assessments, climate modelling, flood risk analysis and much more...
Meet our team of scientists and academics who are all working at the forefront of climate change science and policy.
Climate change will affect us all, get in touch to find out how we can help you assess climate risks and how to adjust your strategies in light of the information.
Dave’s recent paper addresses new priorities in climate economics and the pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). You can read the paper here Almost all the United Nations 17 SDGs will be affected by climate change, although only one specifically addresses this issue. Dave argues for a massive change of focus to achieve the necessary…Read More
Richard Washington’s latest paper addresses the uncertainty in climate models by looking at model biases in projecting significant drought periods in Southern Africa. Published in the Journal of Climate, a journal of the American Meteorological Society, this will be an important paper for climate adaptation planners in the region.Read More
In recognition of a long and internationally respected career in climate science, Stephan Harrison has been awarded a personal chair by the University of Exeter. Stephan is now Professor of Climate and Environmental Science and continues his work on climate change in high mountain systems, as well as advising governments, NGOs and businesses around the…Read More
Levels in the atmosphere are the highest for at least a million years
16 of the 17 warmest years on record occurred since 2000
Global sea level has risen nearly 178mm in over 100 years
Greenland ice loss doubled between 1996 and 2005