Course participants will be shown the process of identifying and addressing climate-related risks throughout the tiers of a supply chain. Instructors will provide widely accepted definitions, highlight concepts, and identify relevant online tools. Upon completing this bootcamp, participants will not only have an overall management concept of climate-change related supply chain risk, but they will also be better prepared to successfully engage the organizational stakeholders necessary to address those risks and opportunities.

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding and identifying climate related risks to supply chain, including physical, large scale, regulatory, and customer/stakeholder perceptions
  • Viewing, mapping and analyzing these risks
  • Recognizing the impacts climate-related risks have on the supply chain

Course Architects

  • Bridget Ferrari – Sustainable Supply Chain Program Manager, National Grid
  • Nancy Gillis – Global Lead, Resilient & Responsible Supply Chains, Ernst & Young
  • Chandler Kneer – Senior Analyst, Supply Chain and Climate Program, ClifBar
  • Katie Miller – Sustainability Program Analyst, U.S. General Services Administration
  • Connie Sasala – President, Ternion Advisory Services Ltd.
  • Nik Steinberg – Director of Research, Four Twenty-Seven
  • Kevin Watson – Manager, Life Cycle Logistics and Supply Chain Management, U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)