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Reasonably Prudent People & Climate Change Webinar: The Evolving Governance of Corporate Climate Risk
Join our climate governance experts to learn more about how progressive companies and their boards are managing the physical, liability and transition risks of climate change. It’s no longer just “nice” to have board competence on climate change, now every reasonably prudent director and manager should have a basic understanding of climate risks and opportunities. Tune in to learn about the latest thinking on corporate climate governance, including the recent legal opinion by Hansell, LLP, commissioned by the Canada Climate and Law Initiative: Putting Climate Change Risk on the Boardroom Table. Find out what best practices in climate governance looks like and how TCFD-aligned disclosure can help your company stay ahead of the issue, and the regulators.

Aug 20, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Laura Zizzo, BES, JD (Legal)
Co-founder & CEO @Mantle314
Laura Zizzo is a lawyer and strategic advisor with over a decade of experience leading organizations towards a low-carbon and climate adapted future through the application of law and policy. Laura started her legal career with a prominent Bay Street law firm before founding the first law firm in Canada focused on climate change in 2009. In 2015 she founded a strategic consultancy to advise clients on identification, management and disclosure of climate risks and opportunities.
Anton Tabuns, MES, JD (Legal)
Senior Advisor @Mantle314
Anton is a lawyer with experience in environmental law, permitting matters, and due diligence on corporate transactions and dedication to addressing climate issues. He has practiced as Associate General Counsel, with a focus on environmental and ESG matters, at a Bay Street private equity firm and has worked at Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP, one of Canada’s premier environmental law boutiques. He was also part of an international legal team pursuing the enforcement of a multi-billion dollar environmental judgement in numerous countries.