- 26th January 2021
- Posted by: Miranda Pont
- Category: Blog
Recent flood events across the UK have brought to the fore the importance of being resilient to climate change and extreme weather.
Whilst government and other public sector organisations have a big role to play, we all have a responsibility to enhance our own resilience. Over the last year, we have understood, more than ever, how important it is for organisations to build their resilience to external shocks, and climate change is likely to have far more sustained and widespread impacts than COVID-19.
Working in partnership with Climate Sense we have developed a training programme tailored to organisations wishing to manage their impacts from climate change in line with the international standard ISO 14090 – Adapting to Climate Change: Principles, Requirements and Guidelines. Delivered by climate adaptation experts in Climate Sense and JBA, including members of the working group that developed the standard (John Dora – Group Chair and Doogie Black – UK representative), the course is suitable for all organisations wishing to enhance their climate resilience.
With the six-module training from JBA and Climate Sense, organisations wishing to learn more about climate resilience can choose to undertake the whole programme or part of it, starting with a Foundation Module for those simply looking to learn more about the ISO standard. For more information, please click on the image below:
Want to know more?
For further information on about our Climate Resilience service, please contact Rachel Brisley.
For further information on our training courses, please contact Maxine Zaidman.