From Team Schatz <[email protected]>
Subject Climate change will touch virtually every aspect of our lives
Date June 21, 2021 8:26 PM
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We often think about climate change in terms of what it will do to our natural environment, but the reality is climate change will impact virtually every aspect of our lives -- and that includes our financial system.

As climate change increases the frequency of extreme weather like floods, wildfires, and droughts, it will impact our economy. That means agriculture, labor productivity, property values, the stock market, and beyond.

Last month, Brian introduced legislation that would help our country’s financial system monitor and prepare for the financial risks associated with climate change. Now, we want to show him how much his work means to us. So we’re asking everyone to sign on to support Brian and his climate bill.


Brian’s bill would make sure federal regulators are treating climate-related financial risks with the seriousness they demand.

This bill would require our financial regulators to stress test the biggest financial firms to measure their resilience to climate risks, strengthening our financial stability and protecting taxpayers from a climate-driven financial crisis.

We need a strong and far-reaching coalition of supporters to propel climate action forward in Congress, and we need you to be part of that coalition. Will you add your name and show your support for Brian’s bill and his efforts in Congress to address the risks associated with climate change? [[link removed]]


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