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Fri, 15 Mar



Climate Risk Management

Learn how climate risk can impact your organisation and how you can make it more resilient.

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Time & Location

15 Mar 2024, 8:15 am – 10:30 am

PALO IT, 11 Beach Rd, #06-01, Singapore 189675

About the event

In the world of finance, climate change is known as a phenomenon called the "Tragedy of the Horizon" because it extends beyond a typical business planning cycle. So what does it mean for businesses and what needs to be done to address it? If we take action now, we can reduce the catastrophic impacts of climate change by gradually transitioning to a low-carbon economy. However, if we wait, we risk facing the consequences of more frequent and intense extreme weather events coupled with the need for a rapid transition of an enormous scale.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the implications of climate-related issues on businesses
  • Understand why boards need to address climate-related risks now
  • Be able to identify climate risks relevant for your organisation


8 :15am - 8 :30am: Doors open for registration

8 :30am - 9 :30am: Masterclass

9 :30am - 10 :30am: Workshop


Zuzana is an experienced risk management consultant, project manager and trainer. She is Director at Tamotsu Institute, a sustainability consulting firm, and Programme Lead for corporate trainings at The Matcha Initiative. She views sustainability from the risk management perspective, making companies aware of the financial risks and opportunities involved.

She has studied Sustainability Leadership at the Imperial College of London and is certified in Sustainability and Climate Risk by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) and in Recommendations of the Task force for Climate-related Financial Disclosure by the TCFD.

Please note that the event venue is in PALO IT office.

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