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Four Twenty Seven is thrilled to announce its support of the White House initiative on public health and climate change launched on April 7.
In support of the Climate Data Initiative, Four Twenty Seven will leverage its proprietary model and risk assessment methodology to provide a climate risk assessment for 100 of the country’s health care facilities with large patient populations.
Building on the vulnerability assessment framework developed as part of the Obama Administration’s Climate Resilience Toolkit, Four Twenty Seven will screen crucial health facilities and deliver an interactive, publicly accessible online dashboard that enables users to identify risk hotspots, key drivers of risk, and the types of impacts faced by specific hospitals.
This analysis and dashboard will support decision-making by enabling policy makers to visualize at-risk assets, prioritize resources, and communicate the urgency of boosting climate resilience in health care facilities.
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May 12-14, 2015 - National Adaptation Forum, St Louis, MO.
Four Twenty Seven will lead panels on resilience indicators, climate risk in the supply chain, and a working group on public-private partnerships for climate adaptation.
May 13-16, 2015 - Ceres 2015 Conference in San Francisco, CA
June 24-26, 2015 - Climate Strategies Forum, in Washington, DC.
Emilie Mazzacurati will teach a CCO Training Bootcamp on "Assessing Materiality and Disclosing Climate Risk"
For more details on upcoming events and training courses: visit the Events section of our website.
Four Twenty Seven and Climate Earth received a 2014 EBJ Business Achievement Award. The firms were recognized for launching the first enterprise-quality application enabling large corporations to quickly map and quantify global supply chain risks due to climate change.
Four Twenty Seven's CEO Emilie Mazzacurati came in 2nd for North America in the prestigious Cartier Women's Initiative Awards, a global award for women "who rise to the challenge of matching social impact with economic value and initiatives."