WEBINAR: The vulnerability of supply chains to climate change

For most businesses of scale, value-chains span multiple countries or jurisdictions worldwide. Physical assets are therefore exposed to a breadth of climate-related perils specific to those locations. Climate-related events can disrupt or drive operations offline affecting business performance, and this is further accentuated by just in time delivery, as the impact is immediate.

Assessment of physical climate risk exposure from a value chain’s upstream source all the way downstream—even to the consumer—demands detailed analysis based on the best-available location information, best-in-science climate models, a truly global geographic scope, quantification of impacts of multiple perils under flexible emissions scenarios and time horizons, and transparent, verifiable data modelling methodologies.

In this webinar, we’ll study a method for High-Resolution, Worldwide Climate Risk Analysis, designed to help companies quantify impacts of acute and chronic physical risk from climate change across global asset portfolios, and supply chains from weather conditions and extreme events. It optimises critical activities that can enable businesses to both comply with evolving disclosure regulations and mitigate climate-driven impacts that disrupt their supply, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution processes.

  • Improve value-chain resilience by replacing—even temporarily—down or disrupted network nodes with those located far from climate-impacted areas.
  • Optimise inventory management to reduce impacts of supply chain disruption.
  • Near-shoring strategic planning driven by insights into projections of severe or chronic climate-driven risk that will disrupt or damage global supply networks.
  • Optimise logistics and warehousing strategy.


  • Sébastien Burgess, Senior Client Solutions Architect, Jupiter Intelligence
  • Stuart Large, Business Development Director, Jupiter Intelligence

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