Meg Storch

Senior Advisor, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

Meg Storch is a Senior Advisor at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), which has been consistently named one of the top global environmental think tanks. She previously directed the multi-sectoral, invitation-only C2ES Business Environmental Leadership Council (BELC), the largest U.S.-based group of companies devoted to climate- and energy-related policies and solutions.

Ms. Storch has directed several C2ES research initiatives on climate-related business strategies, including the center’s projects on low-carbon business innovation and on business strategies for enhancing resilience to climate impacts. Ms. Storch also sits on the steering committee of the annual EPA Climate Leadership Awards and conference.

Prior to joining C2ES, Ms. Storch was a Manager of Corporate Accountability at Ceres, a national network of investors, environmental organizations, and public interest groups working to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change. She advised companies on public disclosure of sustainability risks and opportunities and facilitated multi-stakeholder dialogues among companies, investors, and public interest groups on a diverse range of corporate sustainability issues.

Ms. Storch earned a Master of Science degree in foreign service, with a concentration in international business-government relations and an honors certificate in international business diplomacy at Georgetown University. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in foreign languages, cum laude, from Georgetown University.

Posts by Meg Storch

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America’s Pledge can drive and tally U.S. climate action
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Weathering the Storm: How businesses are navigating a changing climate
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Weathering the Storm: How to build business resilience to climate change
Weathering the Storm: Building Business Resilience to Climate Change

Economic damages from weather-related disasters climbed to near-record levels in 2012, with over 800 major events worldwide causing an estimated $130 billion in losses. Munich Re reported that it was the third-costliest year on record behind 2011 and 2005. Many …

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The “Instability Ingredient” and Business Risk
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Business and government start preparing for climate impacts
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Promoting Low-Carbon Innovation at Rio+20
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Bringing Lessons in Low-carbon Innovation to Rio+20
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The Role of Constraints in Low-Carbon Innovation
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The Business Behind Low-Carbon Solutions