Cracking the Climate Risk Code

A guide for business decision-making in the face of uncertainty, so you can help lead your company’s climate risk assessment and climate strategy development.

Help lead your company’s climate risk assessment and climate strategy development - Two-day course - Organised by The George Washington University and the European Energy Centre (EEC)

WHO IS IT FOR?

Individuals wanting to understand whether and how business can help tackle climate change

Individuals charged with corporate risk and opportunity assessment for climate change

Individuals engaged in or preparing for climate risk scenario planning

LOCATION

The George Washington University, Washington D.C.

WHEN?

7th - 8th December 2018

 

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COURSE CONTENT

Business vs. societal risk assessment

The business implications of 1.5, 2.0, and 3 degree targets

The known unknowns and unknown unknowns of business climate risk

Observed changes in probabilities of climate extremes

Assessing the business materiality of climate risks

Anticipating the (inevitable) low carbon transition

Limitations of conventional business risk management strategies

Conventional vs. TCFD scenario planning for climate risks

Comparing the risks of acting too early, vs. acting too late

How to challenge management’s climate change assumptions

GMC CERTIFICATE

Certificate of Participation provided.

On successful completion of this course, participants are eligible to sit the Exam for the:

 Galileo Master Certificate (GMC)

CURRENT PART-FUNDED PRICE:

1000 USD 795 USD Course + Certificate of Participation + Exam for Galileo Master Certificate
(a saving of 205 USD)