The scientific consensus on climate change is almost unanimous, and our planet is already experiencing its effects. Beyond the risks for businesses across industries — including labor shortages, supply chain disruption, and higher production costs — climate change poses an existential threat to humanity. At the same time, more and more business stakeholders, employees, and executives are demanding action.
We can no longer ignore the issue.
Join us Tuesday, April 20 for a virtual event featuring live conversations between Insider senior editors and C-suite executives, corporate leaders, climate activists, experts and artists about how we can mitigate and adapt to climate change today to avoid catastrophe in the near future.
Topics covered will include:
How to hold stakeholders accountable and measure progress in the fight against climate change as a business
How art is being used as a tool to address climate change by making data accessible
How climate change disproportionately affects disadvantaged and vulnerable populations
Note: Register early! The first 500 registrants will receive a link to the ebook, ‘Stakeholder Capitalism: A Global Economy that Works for Progress, People and Planet,’ by Klaus Schwab.
Register now to secure your spot at this critical discussion.
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