Climate Change Risk Management
The Institute of Risk Management and Imperial College London team up to deliver the go-to practical training course on Climate Change Risk Management. Building on world-leading expertise in the science of climate change, business management and enterprise risk management, this practical course not only allows learners to explore why managing climate change risk is important to their organisation but also how to do it.
No matter what sort of organisation you work in, you will be impacted in some way by both the physical effects of our changing climate and the wealth of regulations and targets we are increasingly required to meet. Be it the meeting of requirements outlined in TCFD or the opportunities posed by COP26, now is the time to ensure you not only understand what your climate change risks are, but also how to manage them.
|Date||Duration||CPD||Location||IRM Members*||Standard||Low GDP**||Book Now|
|13 - 14 March 2023||2 Day||8 Hours||Online - Zoom||£660 + VAT||£770 + VAT||£460||Book Now>>|
*Imperial College alumni can receive the member's rate. To find out if you're eligible, please email email@example.com.
The course is structured 4 hours a day over two days.
The full schedule can be viewed here.
It will be delivered live online via the Zoom platform with interactive exercises and group discussions.
On completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe what climate change is and why it is important to your organisation
- Undertake a climate change risk assessment
- Overview of international guidelines, regulations and what is changing
- Understand what is required in an effective governance framework for climate change risk management
- Through the use of case studies and scenario modelling, understand what it takes to achieve resilience for climate change risks
- How to embed risk-based decision making for climate change risks in your organisation.
- Dr Sarah Gordon (MC and IRM co-lead)
CEO, Satarla Risk Management and IRM accredited trainer
- Dr Enrico Biffis (Imperial co-lead)
Associate Professor of Actuarial Finance at Imperial College Business School and Associate Director for Development Finance at the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis.
- Martin Massey (IRM co-lead)
Managing Director ad OneRisk Consulting Ltd and Chair Climate Change Special Interest Group, IRM.
- Prof. Martin Siegert
Co-Director of the Grantham Institute and Professor of Geosciences.
- Dr Mark Workman
Visiting Lecturer at Energy Futures Lab; an Affiliate Researcher at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change; and the Environment and Research Fellow at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College, London
Who should attend:
The course is designed for those responsible for leading on climate change risk management in their organisations, through to those who just want to find out more. Chief Risk Officers, Risk Managers, Risk analysts, Sustainability experts, ESG, experts.
Benefits of attending:
World experts provide you with a clear description of what climate change is and why it is important to your organisation which you can share with your own teams. Building on this, work with your organisation to identify all climate change potential threats and opportunities to your strategy and purpose and manage as appropriate. Stay ahead of regulations and targets set by governments and industry bodies.