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Climate Change Enterprise Risk Management

A Practical Guide to Reaching Net Zero Goals

Build and execute resilient risk enterprise strategies to manage the business impact of climate change, counter threats and maximize new opportunities.
EAN: 9781398608702
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 240x170
336 pages

About the book

Develop and execute a resilient climate change enterprise risk strategy that can be tailored to any organization with this essential guide for risk professionals and business leaders.

Stocked with a trove of different approaches, methodologies and tools, Climate Change Enterprise Risk Management equips readers with a practical roadmap for how organizations can integrate climate change into their enterprise risk strategy. It offers guidance on how to secure a robust framework that can identify and manage climate threats and opportunities for a business, how to increase the visibility of climate risk management activities at board level, and how and when to implement techniques such as policies, thresholds, mitigation strategies, monitoring capabilities and risk appetite metrics and targets. The book covers both existing best practice risk management tools and how they can be adapted for climate enterprise risk management as well as new interdisciplinary tools like stakeholder mapping. Taking an international approach, Climate Change Enterprise Risk Management is richly supported by examples, interviews and case studies representing a wide range of companies and industries including the insurance, finance, infrastructure, oil and gas, law and auditing sectors.

This is a must-read for all risk professionals and business leaders involved in developing and executing enterprise risk management and strategy. It will also be valuable reading for students taking modules on enterprise risk management and climate change, sustainable business and risk management.

About the authors

Martin Massey is a leading practitioner in enterprise risk management. He has worked for some of the leading global insurance and risk consulting firms and has over 30 years of industry experience. He is the Managing Director of OneRisk Consulting Ltd, providing Enterprise Risk Management consultancy services with a focus on climate change risk management. He is Chair of the Institute of Risk Management's (IRM) Climate Change Special Interest Group and helped to design and launch the IRM's climate change training course, for which he acts as a trainer. He has taught Enterprise Risk management at Georgetown University in Doha. Martin wrote the IRM's Climate Change Practitioners Guide in 2021.

Clive Thompson was founding Chair of the Professional Standards and the Interest Group Committees of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) where he was Deputy Chair until 2020. As Deputy Chair, he initiated the first seminar to focus on Climate Change at the IRM and instigated the IRM's Special Interest Group on Climate Change. Based in West Sussex, UK, he has over 40 years of global experience in Insurance and Risk Management. He is a Certified Fellow of the IRM and of the Chartered Insurance Institute. Clive is one of the authors of the 6th version of Fundamentals of Risk Management, also published by Kogan Page.

The IRM is a world leading professional body for risk management, driving excellence in managing risk to ensure organizations are ready for opportunities and threats of the future.