Climate Intelligence Is Business Intelligence

Read the full post from the Rocky Mountain Institute.

Business Intelligence and Decision Support Services—a $30 billion plus combination of software and service industries—has enabled dramatic advances in corporate performance. It empowers insight and intelligence-driven strategies and institutional decision-making and offers some of the most powerful tools at our disposal to turn down the global climate change thermostat.

To many casual observers, it may appear as if the reality of climate change and the pace it is altering our daily lives is undetermined. While the politicization of climate change clouds public perspective, some leaders in the “real economy”—where the production, purchase, and flow of goods and services and all the associated greenhouse gas emissions actually happens—are aligning with policymakers and civil society on the urgency of quickly slowing humanity’s contribution to accelerating climate change.

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