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We help your company to adapt to a changing climate in four steps

With a clear approach 
- appropriate for your starting point

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Adapt to a changing climate

2. Understand Adaptability

What is my individual adaptation starting point? 

Who needs to be involved in the company? 

What are the relevant climate parameters?

 For example, regulation, risk, maintenance, or investments?

Climate risk analysis across value chain

1. Value calculation: Capturing climate change opportunities & risks

Which scenarios do I consider relevant for my company? Which company locations are affected? What risks are associated with this? What other opportunities arise?

how to become more resilient

4. Pragmatic implementation

What is the best control for the adaptation measures? Which monitoring & Is the evaluation concept the right one? What regulatory reporting do I have to provide? What else do I want to communicate about adapting to climate change?

How climate change impacts the value chain

3. Adaptation planning

What internal and external influences have an impact on my required adjustment? 

Which measures are effective? 

Which measures work for my company? 

What does my company need to invest in long-term adaptation?

"So far so good"

Many companies may think like this and then start to doubt whether it still holds true. However, this stoic optimism doesn't seem to fit anymore with the rapidly changing climate.

As climate scenarios show, things turn out very differently than we are used to. And unfortunately, many areas will not fare well.

That's why companies are now starting to adapt to climate change. Regulation (keyword: CSRD) now demands an engagement with climate risks.

Companies are faced with the challenge of taking action in this area.

How to adapt to climate change
Daniel Schmitz-Remberg

Founder and Managing Director DSR & Partners

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