This report, which was supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, highlights the important role the private sector plays in building resilience and adaptive capacity in the face of a range of climate-related shocks. Using the 2011 floods in Thailand as an example, we explore what climate resilience looks like in the Thai context with four case studies. The case studies show how organizations from different industries are using a range of “assets,” such as physical, social or financial assets, to make their operations or others’ to be more resilient to the impacts of climate change. Finally, the report outlines the opportunities for further action toward building stronger, more resilient businesses.

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