Chris Kaminker was one of the many remote onlookers unnerved by the images of Australia’s most recent bushfires.
In London, where he leads sustainable investment research and strategy at USD 65bn Lombard Odier Investment Managers, Kaminker couldn’t escape the thought that he’d seen this apocalyptic vision before. Indeed he had—a 2008 report commissioned by the Australian government had predicted that by 2020 climate change would cause the country’s fire seasons to start earlier, end later, and be more intense.
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