Webcast: The Sustainability and Climate Risk (SCR™) Certificate

The effects of climate change are here, and organizations have recognized that they need to address climate risk. GARP’s SCR Certificate is the first truly global climate risk management certificate and provides candidates with the knowledge and skills required to effectively respond to sustainability and climate risk challenges.

Join the webcast April 16 to get an in-depth look at this timely and critical certificate for today’s businesses and how it can help prepare you to lead your organization by transforming its ability to address climate change risk.

This webcast will include:
  • An overview of the SCR Program
  • Information about the exam and how the certificate is issued
  • The skills and benefits of becoming a climate risk leader
Featuring:

William May

Global Head of Certifications and Educational Programs – GARP

Webcast Details:

Thursday, April 16, 2020

11am NY / 4pm London / 11pm Beijing

 

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Author: MFON

Mfon Essien is an experienced environmental sustainability professional with cross-cultural & international experience (Middle East & Africa) in developing, coordinating and implementing environmental management systems and environmental sustainability initiatives that go beyond compliance. He has gained mastery in the areas of developing environmental sustainability strategies, implementing policies and procedures, and achieving best results for all stakeholders within mandatory legislative and voluntary best practice requirements. He oversees operations at sustainabilitysolutions.net

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