Why are the risks of climate change so important to business?
In addition to the most obvious threats, such as the effects of violent weather events, companies are also exposed to technological or regulatory risks that may increase the costs of running a business, adversely affect the profitability of the products or services offered, and the value of assets. Companies’ stakeholders, from consumers and employees to lenders and communities, are increasingly demanding action and the regulatory environment is likely to grow only more stringent going forward. Learn more about climate threats, their impact on business now and in the future, and how to prepare for the challenges they face.
Members of supervisory boards and their responsibility for climate
Climate regulations for companies in the EU - challenges and obligations for the non-executive
Free online seminar: 23 September 2021, 10:00-11:00 AM
Getting the companies ready for climate change-related challenges is an important activity of regulatory bodies and company supervisory boards. Chapter Zero is part of a global Climate Governance Initiative of the WEF. Members of supervisory boards can join in local programs in 20 countries.