Climate Week NYC -- Weathering the Storm
A Climate Week NYC event:
WEATHERING THE STORM:
Building Business Resilience
to Climate Change
Ninety percent of S&P Global 100 companies see extreme weather and other climate change impacts as current or near-term business risks. Their top concerns: closed factories, loss of power or water, disruption of supply and distribution chains, and rising commodity and insurance costs.
Senior executives from leading firms join the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) to examine how companies are beginning to assess and address their growing climate risks. This high-level roundtable builds on a new C2ES report, Weathering the Storm: Building Business Resilience to Climate Change, which looks in-depth at the state of resilience planning among a cross-section of global companies.
Date: Monday, Sept. 23, 2013, 2-4 p.m.
Location: Gilder Lehrman Hall, The Morgan Library & Museum, 225 Madison Avenue. New York, NY 10016
Theodore Roosevelt IV
Managing Director and Chairman, Cleantech Initiative, Barclays
Board Chairman, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Group Executive for Technology and Innovation, Rio Tinto
President, National Grid New York
Executive Vice President and General Counsel, The Hartford
Senior Vice President, Environmental Operations Executive, Bank of America
President, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
About Climate Week NYC: Climate Week NYC is in its fifth year and brings together a diverse group of business, government, and non-profit representatives for more than 50 high-profile meetings and activities around New York City. The Climate Group is the secretariat for Climate Week NYC. Learn more at www.climateweeknyc.org.
Event sponsored by: Bank of America