Put data and AI to work to accelerate sustainability initiatives and achieve environmental goals
May 6, 2022
About the event
According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2022, the top three business risks were linked to environmental challenges, including climate action failure, extreme weather and biodiversity loss. So, it is no surprise that climate adaptation and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting is no longer just a corporate social responsibility (CSR) issue—it’s a business imperative.
Opportunities and risks related to the environment now challenge the strategies and operating models of organizations across all sectors and functions. In fact, environmental strategy choices, as a subset of a broader sustainability agenda, increasingly define a company’s prospects in today’s competitive marketplace. According to Forrester, companies must adapt to a host of new physical, social, and political risks and find ways to innovate. They need to ignite their strategic planning and risk management, which will have a financial impact on cash flow, income, and the balance sheet.