15 February | Online

The Economist‘s Climate Risk US convenes investors, regulators, policymakers, sustainability and finance executives, as well as scientists to discuss the impact that climate-related risks will have on businesses, and how management can respond. The event will examine ways of measuring exposure to physical and transition risk, and how companies can best work together to improve climate disclosure. Our panel of experts and thought leaders will assess the tools and methodologies needed to model climate scenarios, as well as the opportunities that emerge for businesses when transitioning to a low-carbon company.

Henrik Jeppesen, Head of Investor Outreach, North America, will be moderating the panel discussion Integrating climate risk in the investment portfolio decision-making process. This session will cover:

  • How are asset owners reducing their exposure to climate risk?
  • Where can they access reliable, consistent and comparable data and projections for climate risks, adaptation and resilience?
  • How can they create an effective strategy and governance to mitigate asset transition risk?
  • Where do they see new investment opportunities?

On the same day, Barbara Davidson, Senior Analyst in the Climate Accounting team, will also be moderating a panel discussion on Decision-relevant climate risk disclosures. This session will discuss:

  • How can common definitions and standards for climate-related data be achieved?
  • How can companies create transparent and comparable reporting on material climate-related financial risks?

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