Businesses are Worried, but Leaders from Path to Positive Communities have Solutions.

By path2positive

Yesterday’s post focused on five key recommendations from community leaders that came out of the MomentUs 2015 Climate Leadership Summit. The summary report outlined what community leaders collectively agreed were the most important elements of empowering leaders to actualize climate solutions: offering good pay, green jobs; communicating that solutions = stability, prosperity; empowering leader to leader support; influencing citizens; listening, collaborating, inspiring.

In a report just released by Travelers, business leaders expressed their greatest worries moving forward. Among these concerns are the frequency and damage caused by extreme weather events, worker income, and the economy. It is no coincidence that many of the business risks can be alleviated through the implementation of the recommendations made in the Climate Leadership Summit report.

Worries about potential risks by business leaders can be abated through action at the local level. Community and municipal leaders are tasked with creating well-paying, stable, green collar jobs. Additionally, developing a climate solution action plan can boost local economies, providing sustainability and economic prosperity for the region. Finally, addressing climate solutions and investing in climate-smart infrastructure will help reduce the costs and damages associated with a changing climate. The recommendations developed and detailed by leaders at the 2015 MomentUs Summit empower local leaders to address climate solutions, and may help alleviate some important business concerns.

For more information on the recommendations made at the Climate Leadership Summit, check out the full report. Or, join the Path to Positive and begin making an immediate impact in your community.


Travelers 2015 Business Risk Index Summary

Report issued by Travelers | Travelers | May 2015

Cyber and workforce risks rising concern for U.S. businesses.

American business leaders worry about the same major risks as they did in 2014, however rising levels of concern over cyber risks and the ability to attract and retain talent have shifted the ranks in some subtle and no-so-subtle ways.

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