Tag Archives: Severe Weather

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Cumberland Advisors Guest Commentary – Hurricanes, Bob Bunting, CAC

Author: Bob Bunting, Post Date: November 18, 2020
Bob Bunting - CEO, Climate Adaptation Center (CAC)

Municipal bond ratings are affected by the preparedness of the issuers for severe weather, the impacts of climate change, and other factors that may affect credit ratings. Cumberland Advisors takes a keen interest in the micro and macro details surrounding municipalities and weather events. Our colleague Bob Bunting, meteorologist, professor, and former executive at both […]

Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary – Hurricane Roxcy or Hurricane Bob?

Author: , Post Date: November 8, 2020
Hurricane Roxcy or Hurricane Bob

“Biden’s proposals to increase taxes on the wealthy and corporations – not to mention a $2 trillion plan to fight climate change – would stand virtually no chance in a Mitch McConnell-led Republican Senate” (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/newsletters/2020-11-05/a-biden-agenda-might-stall-before-it-starts).  Let’s devote Sunday to the climate. Climate change is a big agenda item for Biden & Co. But a gridlocked […]

Guest Commentary by Bob Bunting – It’s Getting Hotter

Author: Bob Bunting, Post Date: August 29, 2018
Bob Bunting

Bob Bunting, a friend, meteorologist, and accomplished professor, has offered his insight on climate change via this guest commentary, It’s Hot and Getting Hotter – The Case for Adaptive Strategies for a Warming Planet. We appreciate his perspective and invite you to join the conversation. David R. Kotok Chairman and Chief Investment Officer Email | […]

Key West, Bob Bunting

Author: , Post Date: November 21, 2017
Hurricane Irma - Florida Keys

Bob Bunting, CEO Climate Adaptation & Mitigation Center (CAC), a friend and accomplished professor whose expertise includes hurricanes, joined our small, fact-finding group on a trip to Key West and five other Keys that were hit by Hurricane Irma. Here is his narrative of the trip, which he has agreed to share with our readers. […]