Webinar : comprendre les risques liés aux impacts climatiques avec l’outil Mycris

9 juillet 2019

Carbone 4 a le plaisir de vous inviter à deux webinars en anglais les mardi 10 et jeudi 19 septembre 2019 à 17h sur le thème de l’adaptation aux risques climatiques grâce à l’outil Mycris.

How to adapt your activities to climate change : understand your climate related risks thanks to the mycris online tool

Even if we stop emissions today, the greenhouse gases already in the atmosphere are and will cause drastic climate change. The consequences can impact activities across your entire value chain. E.g. specific ports could be damaged by sea level rise, delaying deliveries ; extreme temperatures can slowdown efficiency of industrial processes ; strong winds can destroy physical assets. It is important to identify and anticipate these risks.

  • If you are responsible for company supply chain management, you may be interested in knowing whether your supplier is located in a flood zone…
  • If you are responsible for acquisitions or investments, such as in buildings, you may be interested in knowing whether you should relocate one of your functional buildings to higher ground…
  • If you are responsible for company risk management, you may be interested in knowing whether climate change will impact your insurance coverage…
  • If you are responsible for company technical business activities, you may be interested in knowing whether you risk production stoppages because of heat thresholds…

… then, you can develop a strategy to ensure that your company remains resilient towards climate change.
mycris is an online tool developed by Carbone 4 to assess companies physical risks toward climate change. it provides a macro climate risks analysis based on your company’s exposure and vulnerability towards climate hazards.
Check out mycris for a preliminary risk assessment. This is your first step in creating a resilient business based on your specific climate risks and adaptation needs.

Join us and attend one of our mycris webinars on the 10th or 19th of September 5pm Paris time, 4pm London time, 11am New York.

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