Summit Agenda

The Business & Climate Summit will equip companies with best practice and a thorough insight into managing climate related risks and capitalising on the opportunities.

1. Scenario analysis and climate risk mapping

  • What tools and processes do you need to understand climate risks and opportunities
  • Use certified climate models and develop scenario analysis to achieve business resilience
  • Map and prioritise high risk areas and develop an appropriate implementation plan
  • Assess, integrate and manage climate risks on a project level and as part of corporate strategy using existing tools and processes
  • Learn how to distinguish and assess physical risks versus human capital risks
  • Utilise technology to ensure on-going monitoring of risks and effective data collection

2. Business strategy: Link carbon efficiency with cost reduction

  • Move beyond carbon reporting to tie it in the strategy and commercial goals
  • Benchmark to your peers and industry standards
  • Analyse your carbon impact and design realistic approach to achieve zero carbon
  • Use and integrate climate-related recommendations to guide your strategy
  • Move beyond carbon reporting into strategy development and implementation
  • How to implement, measure and control processes and programmes internally
  • Diversify your product portfolio to reduce likeliness of risk majorly affecting business-as-usual

3. Climate and carbon disclosure

  • Navigate the complexity of various climate-related disclosure standards and make them work for you (the TCFD, Science Based Targets etc.)
  • How to frame climate risks in a wider institutional and governance context in line with the TCFD recommendations
  • Ensure resource efficient data management: get, record and interpret climate data
  • How to move from integrated reporting to integrated doing
  • Ensure meaningful climate and carbon disclosure that wins your stakeholders

4. Spread the influence down you value chain

  • Looking into your value chain – what are the steps to spread your climate commitments further?
  • How to apply you SBT strategy to Scope 3, get your supply chain and customers involved
  • Engage your suppliers through climate-related incentives and awareness schemes
  • Create KPIs to materialise the climate risk and account internal performance

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5. Case study: Translate climate risks in financial service sector

  • Develop scenario analysis capabilities for a large international bank across a wide range of products, geographies and clients
  • Understand how client’ risks might transmit themselves through financial sector
  • Build the tools that are necessary to aggregate and analyse data
  • Engage to get info and give back high-level insight, valuable for your stakeholders (investors, regulators, society)
  • Prioritise climate risks by assessing their impacts, timing, regulatory developments and industry sentiments

6. Case Study: Leverage climate and carbon opportunities

  • What are the opportunities for business in de-risking climate and how to leverage them?
  • Set up your commitments in line with your internal operations demands and commercial opportunities
  • Increase sustainable revenues through your carbon-neutral and climate-friendly product portfolios
  • Measure your sustainability products performance and impacts on business
  • Know how to communicate your carbon progress

7. Case Study: Investor perspective on managing climate risks and opportunities

  • Explore how investors facilitate green economy transition
  • How does banking adapt to climate change and what is the role of climate funds (PPCF, GCF, JEFF)
  • Find out why 40% of funded projects are green and are equal to EUR3 billion per year worth of investments
  • Learn how investors assess projects and do due diligence in regards to the environment
  • How does climate risk assessment influence project financing and developments?

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