National Capital Climate Fundamentals Academy (Workshop #3 of 3)


  • Law Office of Dentons 1900 K Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20006 United States

Held in partnership with the District Department of Energy & Environment, Metropolitan Washington Council on Governments, Exelon and Dentons, workshop participants will build upon foundational knowledge from the first two workshops in this series by learning about materiality and climate risk assessment, assessing the economic implications of climate change and prospective response initiatives, making the business case for climate action, and strategies for engaging across organizational and jurisdictional boundaries with a regional focus added for Florida. Professionals from the public and private sectors, higher education and the NGO community will benefit from the classroom-style, interactive training activities.

Workshop Modules, Case Studies & Exercises:

  • Economics-101: The Economics of Climate Change
  • Enterprise-201: Analyzing & Quantifying Climate Risk, Assessing Materiality and Disclosing Climate Risk
  • Governance-202: Making the Case for Climate Action to the C-Suite and Public Leaders
  • Governance-203: Collaborating Beyond Organizational & Institutional Boundaries
  • Climate-104: The Public Health Implications of Climate Change
  • Group Exercise: Planning for 30 Years in 30 Years
  • Group Exercise: Benchmarking Success in Adaptation & Resilience Efforts

Registration Information:

  • Single Workshop: $595 (general) / $395 (government)
  • Complete Series: $1,495 (general) / $995 (government)
  • Early Bird Rates: Register by February 28 to save $50 on the workshop or $150 on the series
  • Registration Deadline: May 10, 2017

Confirmed Instructors:

  • Richard Crespin – CEO, CollaborateUp
  • Daniel Kreeger – Executive Director, Association of Climate Change Officers
  • Lindene Patton – Partner, Earth & Water Group
  • Additional instructors to be announced shortly