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January 18, 2024
Hear from Jo Paisley and Maxine Nelson of the GARP Risk Institute as they look back on key learnings from the latest season of the Climate Risk Podcast.
As we head into 2024, Jo and Maxine look back at the past year of Climate Risk Podcasts, reviewing key learnings from our guests and discussing ongoing trends in climate risk management.
From academics to ambassadors, CEOs to entrepreneurs, we’ve upheld our promise to showcase a variety of different perspectives on climate risk and sustainability. 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 and nature risk wisdom to guide our listeners through this fast-moving field.
So, today’s episode will explore:
For more information on climate risk, visit GARP’s Global Sustainability and Climate Risk Resource Center: https://www.garp.org/sustainability-climate
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Links to featured episodes:
David Schimel and Pooja Khosla - Bridging the Gap between Climate Science and Risk Management
Dr. Erica Thompson - The Power and Pitfalls of Models in Climate Risk Management
Dr. Nicola Ranger - Balancing Mitigation and Adaptation: Insights for the Financial Sector
Simon Zadek - TNFD and Beyond: An Introduction to Nature in Finance
Professor Jo Handelsman - Soil: An Invisible Crisis and Massive Climate Opportunity
Nigel Topping - The COP28 Survival Guide: How it Works and What to Expect
Carys Taylor - How Film and Television Are Adapting to Climate Change
Chris Howland and Lars Popken - Embedding Climate Within Risk Management: A Practitioner’s Guide
Also discussed in this episode:
GARP Whitepaper - Biodiversity Loss: An Introduction for Risk Professionals
Jo Paisley, President, GARP Risk Institute
Maxine Nelson, Ph.D, Senior Vice President, GARP Risk Institute