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January 20, 2022

What We Learned About Climate Risk in 2021

Hear from Jo Paisley and Maxine Nelson of GARP’s Risk Institute as they look back on learnings from the 2021 Climate Risk Podcast series.


As we head into 2022, Jo and Maxine look back at the past year of Climate Risk Podcasts, reviewing key learnings from our guests and discussing recent trends in climate risk management.

From lawyers to professors, regulators to entrepreneurs, we’ve had a great variety of guests talk about a wide range of topics over the last year. This episode re-examines the rich knowledge that has been shared on the Climate Risk Podcast over the last 12 months, creating a narrative of climate risk wisdom to guide our listeners through this fast-moving field.

So, today’s episode will explore:

  • What we’ve learnt about the scale and nature of climate risks
  • How mitigation and adaption strategies are evolving, and what capabilities risk professionals must develop to manage these risks more effectively
  • What to expect as a sustainability and climate risk professional in 2022

Links from today’s discussion:

Net Zero Article: https://climate.garp.org/insight/making-sense-of-cop26-a-short-guide-to-the-why-when-and-how-of-reaching-net-zero/

Sustainable Bonds Article: https://climate.garp.org/insight/sustainable-bonds-understanding-this-growth-area/

Sixth IPCC Report: https://www.ipcc.ch/report/sixth-assessment-report-working-group-i/

For more information on climate risk, visit GARP’s Climate Resources Hub: https://climate.garp.org/

If you have any questions, thoughts, or feedback regarding this podcast series, we would love to hear from you at: climateriskpodcast@garp.com

 

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Speaker Bios

Jo Paisley, President, GARP Risk Institute (GRI), has worked on a variety of risk areas at GRI, including stress testing, operational resilience,

model risk management and climate risk. Her career prior to joining GARP spanned public and private sectors, including working as the Director of the Supervisory Risk Specialist Division within the Prudential Regulation Authority and as Global Head of Stress Testing at HSBC.

Maxine Nelson, Senior Vice President, GARP Risk Institute (GRI), currently focusses on climate risk management. Previous roles have included operational risk modelling at NAB, leading KMPG London’s credit risk team, senior consultant at Oliver Wyman, responsibility for counterparty credit risk at the UK Financial Services Authority, and Global Head of Wholesale Risk Analytics and Head of Capital Planning at HSBC.

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