The Technical University of Crete, in the context of EURECA-PRO, the European University on Responsible Consumption and Production, organizes a free online course on "Innovation & Entrepreneurship", consisting of a series of 14 lectures presented by leading professors and researchers of seven European universities from six countries. The goal is to nurture students and scientific staff in creative and innovative thinking by providing practical knowledge, skills and competences in business and market basics, offering business plan orientation, and promoting problem-solution thinking and leadership skills.
The 12th lecture of the series is titled
Management - The use of Scenario Analysis
in Disclosure of Climate-Related Risks and Opportunities
and will be delivered by
Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria
on the following date/time
June 22, 2022 | 14:00 EEST (13:00 CET)
More information about this lecture is shown below. The full schedule of the series is attached at the end of this post. To register for the course, please visit this page.
How uncertainties around climate change impacts on resources and energy are managed on a corporate level using scenario analysis? The relevance of this method and a couple of case studies will be used to better explain the concept. Publicly available climate scenarios from the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will be presented as a basis to support, companies and the industry in developing their own scenarios.
Samir Rouini is a Research Associate for Energy Management and Sustainability Assessment in the Chair for “Business and Economic Sciences” at the Montanuniversität Leoben in Austria. His main scientific interests comprise material flow management and circular economy, climate protection, carbon balancing and life cycle assessment, industrial processes modelling, product environmental footprint, and circular economy business plans.