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From global supply chain disruptions to local power outages, from rising commodity prices to facilities flooding, climate change hazards and their cascading effects can have major consequences on companies’ financial results. This course addresses whether and how climate risks should be included in public disclosure and reports. Course curriculum includes a methodical breakdown of climate impacts, and an overview of legal requirements and best practices in disclosure and reporting through a combination of interactive discussions and scenario analyses.

Learning Objectives

  • Categorizing and analyzing impacts (e.g. regulatory, market, physical, investments, insurance, direct and indirect losses)
  • Understanding materiality (e.g. legal definition, reporting frameworks) and the value of the materiality assessment process
  • Leveraging tools, methods and techniques for quantifying climate change impacts
  • Assessing reporting and disclosure options
  • Identifying resources and best practices to support climate risk reporting and disclosure

Course Architects

  • Bill Baue – Co-Founder and Chief Engagement Architect, Convetit
  • Stephen Donofrio – Principal & Foudner, GreenPoint Innovations
  • Julie Fox Gorte – Senior Vice President for Sustainable Investing, Pax World Management LLC
  • David Hitchings – Director, greeNG Program, Northrop Grumman
  • Treazure Johnson – Partner, Dentons
  • Daniel Kreeger – Executive Director, ACCO
  • Brendan LeBlanc – Partner, Americas Climate Change & Sustainability Services, EY
  • Emilie Mazzacurati – Founder and CEO, Four Twenty Seven
  • Josh Nothwang – Practice Lead, Sustainability and Energy, WSP
  • Christina O'Connell – Director, North America, CRedit360
  • Nick Shufro – Assistant Administrator for Risk Management, Federal Insurance & Mitigation Administration, Federal Emergency Management Agency -