Climate Change Special Interest Group
Purpose of the group
The main purposes of the group will be to:
• Research and collate climate change risk management best practices and solutions.
• Develop a strong committee with a wider representation of members across different industry sectors.
• Support IRM’s goals including increasing membership and developing educational training for members.
• Hold monthly meetings with the core committee members and organise 3-4 events a year.
Relevance to the risk community
There is an expectation from key stakeholders including regulators that existing risk management frameworks will need to address risks from climate change (CC), and thus the scope of the SIG will be to support how organisations enhance their frameworks and risk maturity from identifying to reporting CC risks.
The relevance of this risk is highlighted in many recent risk publications including The Global Risks Report 2019 from the World Economic Forum. In their survey environmental risks linked to CC counted for 3 of the top 5 global risks, 'extreme weather events', 'failure of climate-change mitigation and adaptation' and 'biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse'.
Aims and Objectives
Inspire: Provide active thought leadership.
Learn: Evaluate tools and techniques for members.
Engage: Create a series of CC SIG meetings with IRM members and RM Community.
Research: Commission quarterly surveys on emerging climate change risk trends.
Collaborate: Develop key relationships.
Best practice modelling tools and techniques
This is a clipped version of the webinar as unfortunately there were technical issues at the start of the webinar. Martin Massey the chair and host of the event gave a quick update on the activities of the Climate Change SIG and then introduced the speakers:
Justin Butler Ph.D., CEO, Ambiental Risk Analytics
Dr Bronwyn Claire, Senior Programme Manager, ClimateWise
Dr. Srini Sundaram, Founder and CEO, Agvesto
and Darren Munday CFIRM, Partner, ICG Risk and Climate Change SIG committee member, who chaired the Q&A session.
|Date:||Tuesday, 8th September 2020|
|Time:||16.00 - 17.00 BST|
The role of the Risk Manager in assessing climate risks
|Date:||Monday 17th Feb 2020|
|Time:||16:00 - 18:00|