BUILDING BUSINESS CLIMATE RESILIENCE - Webinar Series

This series supported companies  in enhancing business resilience, and in turn, a broader societal and environmental resilience to climate change. Each webinar featured guest presentations and case studies from a diverse range of business and climate leaders. Participants in this series:

  • Developed a greater understanding of climate risks and learned how to effectively manage risks to minimize business disruptions, deploy resources more efficiently, and prioritize climate resilience interventions that contribute to other positive development outcomes.
  • Discovered how to take action to enhance climate resilience through strengthening one or more of the six capital assets (i.e., human, political, physical, financial, social, and natural).
  • Gained insight into the tools and resources available to support implementation of climate resilience within core business strategies.

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Past Webinars

London Climate Action Week – Business Transition to a Net Zero and Resilient World
1 July 2021, 10:30-12:00 BST

In June 2020, the COP26 High Level Climate Champions launched the ‘Race to Zero’, followed months later by the launch of its sibling campaign, the ‘Race to Resilience’. These two global campaigns are mobilising businesses, investors, cities, and civil society to take immediate action to achieve net zero emissions no later than 2050 (Race to Zero) and strengthen the resilience of 4 billion people in vulnerable communities by 2030 (Race to Resilience). This event during London Climate Action Week explored the climate mitigation and resilience agendas and the interlinkages between them. Government representatives, experts, and business leaders discussed their vision of a net zero, climate resilient world, and the actions they are taking to get there.

BUILDING BUSINESS CLIMATE RESILIENCE - Webinar Series

This series supported companies to enhance business resilience, and in turn broader societal and environmental resilience to climate change. Each webinar featured guest presentations and case studies from a diverse range of business and climate leaders.

Special thanks to:

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For more information on our pre-COP26 events, please contact
Amy Collins, Climate Action Programme Manager.