About the Event
Climate Change Series: What Lawyers need to know (5): Climate Change Implications for Governance
This final seminar in this series will highlight how pervasive the impact of climate change can be on business, and non-business, decision-making. Some entities have already recognised, and indeed are planning for, their responsibilities ─ but for many an unwillingness or inability to act, or a delay in acting, might come at the risk of litigation, reputational damage and even continued existence.
- Develop a better understanding of the legal landscape, including how we have got to where we are now.
- Become apprised of the Climate Change Commission’s approach and focus, and its view of what’s ahead.
- Get to grips with the legal responsibilities of company directors, both technical and under TCFD reporting.
- Gain insights into the impact and meaning for businesses and corporate entities, and government (central and local) right now.
- Benefit from a panel discussion drawing on the panellists’ range of experience and depth of expertise.
Who should attend?
This seminar will be of interest to all lawyers who wish to understand the impact on governance responsibilities for their clients (and themselves).
Registrations can be cancelled up to 5 working days before the date of the CPD activity, upon which a refund will be made less an administration fee. No refunds will be made after that time. However, you may nominate someone else to take your place. For any cancellations or substitutions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
When and Where
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM,
24 Sep 20
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