Register now: Consequences of climate change for business and economics | 6 September
|Datum:||18 juli 2018|
Climate change, and the resulting Paris agreements of 2015 and recent Dutch climate accord, will have consequences for our FEB research and teaching. How?
We have the unique opportunity to discuss this with experts from the field: Marcel Beukeboom (Climate envoy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands) and Matthijs Bierman (Managing Director Triodos Bank Nederland).
Event: The consequences of climate change for business and economics: a meeting of field experts with FEB minds.
Host: Institute for Governance and Organizational Responsibility (iGOR),
dr. Kees van Veen
Date and time: Thursday 6 September 2018, 13.30 - 15.00
Location: To be announced soon
Application: (limited seats!) Send an email to the Secretary Department of Global Economics and Management (firstname.lastname@example.org) before 31 August. Please use the email subject line “pre-meeting climate change”.
Application deadline: until August 30, 17.00
More information: Kees van Veen, email@example.com
On September 6th 2018, prior to the opening of the FEB academic year, a more in-depth discussion will take place about the consequences of climate change for business and economics. In a closed session, with limited seats, we will explore the emerging agenda together with Marcel Beukeboom (Climate envoy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands) and Matthijs Bierman (Managing Director Triodos Bank Nederland).
The consequences of climate change will branch out in a variety of directions. It ranges from acute and chronic threats to our physical environment, changing costs structures, stranded assets, reputational effects, new consumer behavior, changing markets and new business opportunities. The Paris agreements of 2015 and the recent Dutch climate accord will have consequences for our FEB research and teaching.
If you are interested in this theme, please apply now! Seats are limited!