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Seeing the Dangers Ahead: How Regulators and Advocates Can Harness Physical and Financial Risk Data to Tackle the Climate Emergency
​​Join the State Impact Center, Woodwell Climate Research Center, and the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General for a three-part virtual event series that will provide essential information and tools to help regulators and advocates understand the latest available public and private data about physical, financial, and transition climate risks, how regulators might address key data gaps, and how to harness climate risk data for government decision-making.

Part I — Beyond the IPCC: Understanding and Harnessing the Latest Climate Physical Risk Data and Tools
Feb. 1, 2022 • 1:00-2:00pm ET 

Part II — Risky Business: An Essential Introduction to Climate Financial Risks and the Role of Regulators
Feb, 15, 2022 • 1:00-2:00pm ET

Part III — Toward Equity and Resilience: Harnessing Climate Risk Information for Better Decisionmaking 
Mar. 1, 2022 • 1:00-2:00pm ET
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.



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Speakers

Maura Healey
Attorney General @Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General
Eric Roston
Sustainability Editor @Bloomberg
Matthew Eby
Founder & Executive Director @First Street Foundation
Juliette Finzi-Hart
Program Manager @Integrated Climate Adaptation and Resilience Program at CA Office of Planning and Research
Christopher R. Schwalm
Risk Program Director @Woodwell Climate Research Center
Bethany Davis Noll
Executive Director @The State Energy & Environmental Impact Center
Mekala Krishnan
Partner @McKinsey Global Institute