Thursday, 4 April 2019
12h00 to 14h00
Join us for an insightful discussion around water risks and the available solutions that help companies avoid potential disruption of business operations.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) lists the global water crisis as the biggest threat facing the planet over the next decade. Corporations are increasingly being exposed to water risks related to supply chain disruptions, consumer perception, reputation, regulatory and operational risks. These risks can significantly compromise operations and generate extremely high costs.
This event is free, however online registration is required. The event will be held in English and accompanied by a light lunch.
Topics and Speakers
This lunch will provide set topics and speakers, as well as the opportunity to engage with sustainability, environmental and risk managers from various organizations.
Piet Snoeck, Technical Director Performance & Assurance at ERM, will start with a session on Water Stewardship: the new Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) standard, why is it good for business?
Madelon Janssen, Corporate Lead Environment at DSM, will present a case study focusing on the company’s water challenges across the value chain and what actions were taken to mitigate water risks and secure sustainable operations across their manufacturing facilities
Stefano Bonelli, Climate Change Lead at ERM, will present a case study on assessing resilience of a manufacturing company’s activities to climate change, identifying major risks and opportunities and providing a broad overview of the business impact of climate change on the company’s activities, including its exposure to water stress.
For more information, please contact Piet Snoeck at firstname.lastname@example.org or Barbara Bento at email@example.com.