The road to net zero: Balancing sustainability and business resilience

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Wednesday, September 6th, 12:00 AEST

Risk leaders in Melbourne are invited to join this roundtable luncheon on ‘The road to net zero: Balancing sustainability and business resilience’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is complimentary and by invitation only.

The road to net zero: Balancing sustainability and business resilience

Managing emissions and transitioning to greener operations is not just a question of ethics or long-term sustainability; it’s also a pivotal risk mitigation strategy for modern enterprises. The road to net zero is laden with challenges and uncertainties. Effective risk leaders should use predictive analytics to assess the potential financial and operational threats tied to climate change and the vulnerabilities in their current strategies.

This involves not only immediate rectifications but also foreseeing potential disruptions and challenges tied to long-term investments in sustainability, such as the volatility of renewable energy markets, potential regulatory changes, and the unpredictability of emerging green technologies. By intelligently aligning sustainability with risk management, companies not only drive towards global climate objectives but also fortify their own operations against future threats.

  • What are the core risks linked to an organisation’s carbon footprint, and how do these risks influence overall business stability? How are companies integrating emission reduction with broader risk management strategies?
  • How can risk leaders ensure a robust sustainability plan that mitigates climate-related threats, aligns with business objectives, and anticipates multi-decade changes in the global landscape? How can internal alignment and stakeholder buy-in be maximised?
  • How can companies evaluate the direct and indirect returns from green initiatives in terms of risk mitigation, resilience building, and future-proofing operations? How can strategic resource allocation be optimised to maximise both environmental and business outcomes?

Florentino – The Wynn Room

80 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia | Google Maps

The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.

Attended by leaders interested in discussing the transformative role of digital platforms in emission measurement, exploring their impact on large enterprises, particularly within the agriculture value chain, and envisioning the future of sustainable business practices.

Job titles may include Chief Sustainability Officer, CRO, CFO, CEO, Head/VP/Director of Sustainability, Finance, and Risk, and other senior executives.

12:00 PM: Arrival of guests and reception
12:30 PM: Welcome by The Ortus Club
12:35 PM: Short address from Terrascope
12:45 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group over lunch
1:45 PM: Discussion brought to a close.
2:30 PM: Guests are encouraged to continue networking over tea and coffee

Hosted by Terrascope


Terrascope is an enterprise-grade, end-to-end decarbonisation SaaS platform. By combining AI-assisted carbon measurement and management with deep industry and sustainability expertise, Terrascope helps solve the data management, emissions reduction planning and implementation challenges that large enterprises face to decarbonise their operations and complex supply chains.

Publicly launched in June 2022, Terrascope works with customers in multiple industry verticals such as agriculture, food & beverage, and consumer packaged goods; as well as horizontals such as manufacturing, technology, transportation and real estate. Headquartered in Singapore, Terrascope is backed by Nupo Ventures (formally called Olam Ventures) and incubated with support from BCG X.

Event Detail

Wednesday, September 6, 2023 12:00
AEST
Melbourne

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