Author: Ted Bartholomeusz, Business Development Professional, Climate Resilience
Sparking forest fires, evacuations and over 20,000 heat-related deaths, these intense widespread events impacted health and wellbeing, agriculture, energy prices, ecosystems and transport – with significant financial ramifications for corporates.
While extreme, 2022’s scorching summer was by no means an isolated event, as a brief look at the last 20 years demonstrates. As climate change intensifies – and heatwaves and droughts are increasingly a feature of the European climate – what steps can businesses take to prepare and mitigate risks?
From engaging stakeholders to informing insurance decisions, quantifying your climate risk profile and designing a long-term climate resilient solution, we’re there at every stage of the climate risk management process. The easiest way to get started is with a free Climate Risk Quick Scan. You simply upload a list of your organisation’s physical assets (anywhere in the world), and you get a free report with actionable insights on how those assets are affected by risks from climate change, natural hazards and severe weather.