Climate Strategy & Disclosure

Plan Beyond the Horizon

Our Insights

Climate strategy and disclosure are about the same thing: making better decisions under conditions of extreme uncertainty.

Climate strategy is about anticipating the future and developing strategies that mitigate climate-related risks and seize new opportunities. Climate disclosure is about enabling investors to assess the credibility of firms’ climate strategies in order to inform their own decisions. Firm managers and investors each face the same challenge: making better decisions under conditions of extreme uncertainty about the future.

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How We Help Clients


We help clients anticipate the future and develop strategies that reduce enterprise risks and increase profits.


We help clients engage with financial markets to build confidence in the company’s strategic direction and long-term growth prospects.


We help boards engage on climate strategy and build assurance that climate-related objectives will be met.

Our People

Greg Rogers


Greg Rogers, J.D., CPA, is author of a comprehensive 384-page desk book on financial reporting of environmental liabilities and risks published by John Wiley & Sons and a internationally recognized expert on environmental and climate-related financial disclosure. He is an advisor to the Master of Accounting Program and honorary Fellow at the Cambridge Judge Business School, visiting lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, past Chairman of the American Bar Association’s Committee on Environmental Disclosure, and an original member of the Sustainably Accounting Standards Board (SASB) standards council.

Greg sees things differently, literally.  Rendered legally blind as a child from an infection in the optic nerve of both eyes, he navigates the world using a miniature telescope built in to his eyeglasses.  Though visually impaired, he often sees what others miss.

Charlie Atkins


Charlie Atkins is an economist by training with a specialization in International Monetary Economics, Finance and Operations Research. He was a Morehead Scholar at UNC Chapel Hill where he was a Summa Cum Laude graduate and a member of Phi Beta Kappa, a Marshall Scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution. Mr. Atkins was a partner at Cherokee Investment Partners, the largest private equity investor in brownfield properties and is experienced in the rigorous quantification of environmental liabilities and risks.

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