Free Partner Webinar: How to address and manage climate-related risks

Join this free 45-minute conversation to learn about addressing and managing climate-related risks.

If you can’t join live, simply sign up and you will be sent a recording:

Hear from:

  • Philips, Head of Sustainability Reporting, Dylan McNeill
  • NXP Semiconductors, Sr. Director Sustainability, Environment, Health & Safety, Eric-Paul Schat
  • Front Group Ltd, Director, Dmitry Elizarov

In this 45min discussion you will learn to:

–       Identify and analyse climate related risks

–       Use Science-Based Targets to design a programme

–       Establish internal processes and implement risk management

–       Improve your climate modeling and scenario analysis 

–       Comply with recent standards and legislation on climate change

Sign up today and receive a recording of the session:

PLEASE NOTE: This webinar is offered by Front Group as a knowledge sharing opportunity in advance of their Modern Slavery & Human Rights Conference Event in September (of which RSB is a media partner organisation). We are sharing this webinar as it may be of interest, but we have not been involved in the development of the content. As a Roundtable we offer our members and partners a diversity of news, views and opportunities for learning. If you feel we have shared anything in error, please get in touch today.



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