The Role of Climate Change Modelling in Corporate and Government Decision Making
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Detailed climate change modelling can play a critical part in assessing the impact of climate-related risks and providing a tool to support strategic decision making. This webinar on the Role of Climate Change Modelling in Corporate and Government Decision Making will include the latest thinking on distinct perspectives. Professor Mark Howells, an expert in energy systems analysis, will present initiatives under the new Climate Compatible Growth programme to promote state-of-the-art modelling and decision-support for developing countries facing the energy transition. Oliver Rix, a partner in Baringa’s Energy and Climate Change practice, will discuss Baringa’s latest efforts in using climate change modelling to assess and mitigate climate risk and assess investment opportunities.
25 Nov, 2020