I’m very pleased to announce that Climate Risk Review has been acquired by Manifest Climate, one of North America’s largest climate technology solutions providers. The company’s powerful platform is dedicated to putting cutting-edge market intelligence on climate change at the fingertips of businesses the world over. Climate Risk Review will now become part of this exciting mission.
What does this mean for you? First of all, Climate Risk Review will no longer have a paywall — all content will be free-to-view going forwards. That means current and future subscribers will get access to the popular weekly round-up, the monthly climate risk regulation rundown, and news analysis articles free of charge.
Second of all, I’ll be producing frequent articles for Manifest Climate’s own Climate News Blog, as well as news, opinions, and insights for subscribers to the Manifest Climate platform — which includes some of the largest financial institutions in North America. Follow the links below for a taste of the content hosted on the platform:
Want to join the party? Then please get in touch with Matt Critchell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current and future subscribers will also have the option to keep tabs on upcoming Manifest Climate webinars, covering everything from TCFD 101 to managing climate-related physical, transition, and litigation risks, featuring Manifest Climate’s own climate experts and industry and policy leaders.
As of today, all individual paying subscribers should receive a pro-rata refund for the unexpired term of their subscriptions. Enterprise-level subscribers can get in touch at email@example.com if they have any questions on the refund process.
My sincere thanks to each and every one of you for supporting Climate Risk Review this far. What started as a series of LinkedIn blogs for my personal contacts bloomed into a popular and influential newsletter with over 2,700 subscribers, followed by professionals at almost every major North American and European bank, not to mention officials at the European Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, and Bank of England — to name just a few.
I hope you’ll continue your climate journey with me and the stellar team at Manifest Climate.