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Climate Business Risk: How Climate Change is Impacting Firms in the Real Economy

Tuesday, October 26, 2021 11:00 AM

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In this webcast, Dr. Andrew Coburn and Oliver Carpenter of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, will be exploring the climate related risks impacting firms in the real economy. Due to factors such as an organization’s location, their supply chains and the carbon intensity of operations, different firms are going to be impacted by climate change in diverse ways. Understanding these differentiated impacts is a crucial factor in successfully managing these risks, so join us for this timely webcast on an important topic for risk professionals. 

This session will cover:

  • Approaches to assess climate-related transition and physical risks to a company’s earnings over different time horizons 
  • Understanding how climate risks impact the business value chain: case study examples of climate risk scenarios applied to upstream, operational, and downstream business functions
  • Identifying opportunities and upside from business transformation in net zero plans and investor dialogs


Dr. Andrew Coburn, Chief Scientist, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

Oliver Carpenter, Climate Risk Lead, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

Maxine Nelson, SVP, GARP Risk Institute

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