CCBJ Vol X No 01-03: 2016 Executive Review & CCBJ Awards
CCBJ reveals its 9th annual CCBJ Business Achievement Awards recognizing 28 outstanding companies and projects. Executive articles and Q&As highlight expectations from the Trump Administration, key markets, business drivers in » Read More
CCBJ Vol X No 04-06: Climate Change Markets in Sewer & Wastewater 2017
The largest single client category in driving climate adaptation and resiliency projects in terms of numbers is municipalities and more specifically those that own and manage water and wastewater facilities. Re-christened as “water resource recovery facilities” or WRRFs, » Read More
CCBJ Vol XIII No 10-12: Climate Change Industry Overview 2020
The 2020s promises be the decade of the climate change industry as factors are aligned for scaling breakthroughs in key segments of the industry. The U.S. climate change industry represents 18% of the global climate change industry. One would expect that with 9 segments, 62 quantified sub-segments and a total of $446 billion in the US and $2.42 trillion worldwide, segment growth rates would not exhibit much volatility. But segment volatility has been in evidence for much of the 2010s, and more volatility may resurface in the 2020s as the next 10 years of the climate change industry is written. However, it seems certain that climate change industry growth will be at two times of more that of GDP growth for the foreseeable future.
CCBJ Vol XIII No 7-9: Natural Infrastructure
Climate Change Business Journal presents a conceptual model by the EBI research team that puts the value of natural infrastructure at $33 quadrillion. Based on a meta-study of natural resource data and environmental economics papers, mostly in the academic realm, CCBJ presents a global policy argument with not a flippant but a serious viewpoint of: ‘You might as well start somewhere’.
Vol X Nos 10-12: Climate Change and Community Planning 2017
Climate change adaptation and GHG mitigation are slowly being integrated into long-term land-use planning and development, although the pace of this integration
varies dramatically. This edition of CCBJ is focused on the United States and Canada, and its is becoming clear » Read More
Vol X Nos 7-9: Private Sector Climate Change Adaptation & Resilience Markets 2017
While public infrastructure is the most important and prominent focus of global adaptation and resilience efforts, private industries are increasingly taking climate change risks seriously—driven by their internal imperatives to avoid business interruptions » Read More
Vol XI No. 1-2: CCBJ Awards 2018 & Executive Review
The 2018 CCBJ Awards & Executive Review provides a view into growth, management, planning, strategy, execution, innovation in various climate change markets. Market features and Q&As with top executives reflect new markets, current market trends and management challenges. The edition also includes information regarding carbon markets progress.
Volume XI, Numbers 4-5-6 (Winter 2018/2019): Climate Change Policy and Innovation
The absence of the U.S. federal government from the global climate policy scene has hardly had much real impact on the long term evolution of climate change issues, big picture experts assert, but incremental impacts on fossil fuel use and emissions may become part of the historical record.
Volume XII, No. 10-11-12; 2020 Executive Review and 2019 CCBJ Awards
The 2020 Environmental Executive Review and CCBJ Awards provides a view into growth, management, planning, strategy, execution, innovation and what it takes to compete in environmental markets. The 2020 Executive Review includes also Q&As with executives and key award winners for 2019 accomplishments reflect new markets, market trends and management challenges.
Volume XII, Numbers 1-2-3: 2019 Executive Review & CCBJ Business Achievement Awards for 2018
A critical look at the concept and details of a proposed Green New Deal, Massachusetts State Senator Michael Barrett talks about working on carbon pricing, CHANGE discusses work with American Heart Assn…
Volume XII, Numbers 4-5-6; Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Services Markets 2019
Climate Change Business Journal estimates the United States climate adaptation & resilience services market at $650 million in 2018. Growth has been in the double digits and the forecast is for that rate to continue in the short term at 12-15% per year to at least 2022.
Volume XII, Numbers 7-8-9; Climate Change Consulting 2019
CCBJ estimates climate change industry consulting services at $4.6 billion of revenue in 2018 in the United States, and another $17 billion in climate change industry engineering, construction and contracting for a total of more than $20 billion. What was a disparate group of mostly niche services has now become a legitimate category of still somewhat disconnected, but increasingly harmonized suite of services.
Volume XIII No 4-5-6; 2020 Green Buildings & Smart Cities
This 61-page edition of CCBJ features equal treatment of Green Buildings & Smart Cities and the confluence of the two markets in city and community planning with numerous exhibits and pertinent secondary research to enable companies to define niches for future business growth.