Global shifts like population growth, natural resource constraints and extreme weather are creating new challenges for corporations with global supply chains, causing disruptions, delays and cost increases. Sustainability and risk management professionals will play a crucial role in identifying, quantifying and mitigating risks arising from hazards like coastal storms, droughts, fires and floods.
This webinar from September 2014 gives participants both a practical framework to understand the impacts of climate change on businesses and supply chains, and the tools to assess and manage supply chain climate risk. Key topics include corporate climate risk management and adaptation, modeling the supply chain, country climate risk index, and commodity exposure to climate change.
- Michael Gillenwater, Greenhouse Gas Management Institute
- Emilie Mazzacurati, Four Twenty Seven, Inc.
- Jessica Hellmann, Notre Dame Global Adaptation Index
- Chris Erickson, Climate Earth, Inc.
Four Twenty Seven helps investors, Fortune 500 companies and government institutions understand how to quantify and monetize climate change impacts on operations as well as social factors that affect their value chain. Our clients rely on Four Twenty Seven’s tools and models to factor into financial and operational planning processes. Learn more about how we are helping our clients assess and adapt to climate risks.