Are you Climate Ready? - Tools and Guidance for Climate Adaptation
Flooding and wider climate risks have continued to make headlines in recent months. Book your pace on this webinar to gain an understanding of the latest Climate Adaptation support tools and guidance from the Environment Agency and its key stakeholders.
Through its Climate Ready support service the Environment Agency works with partners to provide targeted advice, helping key sectors increase their resilience to all major climate risks and impacts. The guidance and tools are developed and road-tested with leading companies before they are rolled out as a wider scheme. The Agency has been working with a range of businesses to provide tools and guidance ranging from a simple business resilience health check tool through to full risk assessment methods for more complex aspects, such as understanding supply chain impacts.
The webinar will conclude with a Q&A and Panel discussion including further contributions from practitioners active on Climate risk, resilience and adaptation.
· Jon Foot, EDF Energy
· Kylie Russell, Environment Agency
· Emma Buyers, IEMA
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