Join peers and get insight from board members, investors and experts on how climate change is impacting businesses, supply chains, customers, employees and the societies they operate in

Climate Competent Boards

For Non-Board Members

June 23rd, 11-12:30 pm EDT

Online – Limited Seats Available

Curtis Ravenel

Special Advisor, FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures, Former Global Head, Sustainable Business & Finance at Bloomberg LP

Helle Bank Jorgensen

Helle Bank Jorgensen

CEO & Founder, Competent Boards

Jules Kortenhorst

CEO, Rocky Mountain Institute

We Will Discuss the Following Strategic Topics

  • Reducing risks and capitalizing on opportunities – How climate change is impacting businesses, supply chains, customers, employees and the societies they operate in
  • How to manage transitional and political risks including carbon tax vs. cap-and-trade programs
  • Growing expectations from investors – The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), CDP, UNPRI, the Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative and other investor driven initiatives
  • How companies, investors and insurance companies are responding to growing demands for climate action
  • Scenario analysis, disclosure expectations, adaptation,  mitigation, and transition strategies
  • Oversight – how to question the relevance of climate goals, targets and strategies

You Will Receive the Following Preparation Materials

  • A guide to help you navigate and reflect on the strategic issues discussed
  • An Insight Video – Featuring clips from our interviews with global leaders
  • A list of questions to help you understand and evaluate whether management’s approaches appropriately consider the changing risks and opportunities
  • Guest Speaker Videos featuring:
    • Curtis Ravenel – Special Advisor, FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures and Former Global Head, Sustainable Business & Finance at Bloomberg LP
    •  Jules Kortenhorst – CEO, Rocky Mountain Institute
    • Miranda Ballentine – CEO, Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA) and Former Assistant Secretary, Installations, Environment, Energy, United States Air Force
  • A Case Study
  • Recommended readings, reports, frameworks, tools, etc.

* Those attending select sessions are not eligible for the Competent Boards Certificate. Should you attend all 12 sessions you can receive the certificate for an additional fee.

Why You Should Attend This Session

• Gain practical insight on how climate change is impacting businesses, supply chains,
customers, employees and the societies they operate in

• Receive summarized critical learnings in pre-course videos, readings, a case study and a 90-min interactive session

• Join from anywhere to hear the experience of sought-after speakers 

Climate Competent Boards

For Non-Board Members

June 23rd, 11-12:30 pm EDT

Online – Limited Seats Available

Register for the Full Competent Boards Certificate Program