Climate Change Impacts Business

Industry heavyweights are urging investors and companies to incorporate climate change awareness into their business strategy.
Climate change is now a core business issue; a “must do” from a financial perspective.

Zizzo Strategy is a boutique consulting firm providing leading expertise in climate risk, resiliency and low-carbon solutions. We are a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers and engineering professionals who work at the interface of law, policy, science, technical innovation and real world decision-making.

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Two Years After Paris Agreement, Support for Climate Disclosure is Surging

The final recommendations of the industry-led Financial Stability Board (FSB) Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) are continuing...
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Embodied Carbon is on Governments’ Radars with Requirements Coming

Buildings are becoming increasingly energy efficient, with “net-zero” buildings on the horizon. Most efficiency gains to-date have been operationa...
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2017 Cap and Trade Auction Results: Strong Markets Continue to Generate Revenues

On December 6th, Ontario announced the results of the province’s fourth and final cap and trade auction of 2017. This was the last auction to take p...
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Utilities are particularly interested in the implications of a changing climate and regulatory environment. Electricity generation and transmission infrastructure must be strengthened in the face of climate disruption, and bottom lines must be protected as the energy landscape evolves. Zizzo Strategy helps utilities understand...


Sound government policy is an essential ingredient to drive Canada’s climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts. With municipal, provincial, and federal governments broadly aligned, the next several years will witness significant policy change in a host of areas. Zizzo Strategy helps governments research, strategize...


Asset owners, builders and operators have much to gain and much they can lose due to climate change. The transition to a low-carbon economy will provide a significant opportunity to those bold enough to seize it. And it has the potential to be devastating to those who ignore the risk of climate change negatively impacting their assets.


Financial institutions and investors are increasingly interested in understanding what impact a changing climate and low carbon future will have on their portfolios. The broad scope of the challenge is becoming more and more clear. Climate risk is broader than regulatory risks associated with carbon emissions.