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Sharing & Learning: Adaptation to Climate Change

Part 3 of the Sharing & Learning Series on Climate Action

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Sharing & Learning: Adaptation to Climate Change
Sharing & Learning: Adaptation to Climate Change

Time & Location

20 Feb 2024, 10:00 – 11:30


About the event

In the past 50 years, climate change has resulted in over 11,000 weather-related disasters, such as droughts or flooding, costing trillions of dollars and disproportionately impacting low-income countries. With the increasing frequency of these disasters, it is evident that climate change is further affecting societies, environments, and businesses, necessitating urgent adaptation measures.

This webinar examines some of the key risks for businesses that do not take action to enhance climate resilience. Additionally, it explores methods for identifying, measuring, and monitoring risks to inform business decision-making, along with an examination of the tools and resources available to support companies in effectively managing and disclosing risks.

What you will learn

  • Understand what climate adaptation is and what building resilience entails for business
  • Learn how to approach climate adaptation planning
  • Hear about strategies, overcoming barriers and good practices from Bayer AG
  • Gain insights on the National Center for Climate Services (NCCS) Global Impacts Project, a presentation conducted by CelsiusPro and supported by Correntics, EBP, and Stiftung Risiko-Dialog

Target Audience

The Sharing & Learning series is open to UN Global Compact Network Switzerland & Liechtenstein participants and especially targeted at company representatives that are in charge of driving climate action within their organizations, aiming to learn from industry examples and exchange experiences with like-minded professionals.

Fee: Free of charge, open for UN Global Compact Network Switzerland & Liechtenstein participants

Language: English

More information on the sharing & learning series can be found here.

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