Cost-Benefit Methodology to Value Climate Change Resilience

Cost-Benefit Methodology to Value Climate Change Resilience
Thought Leadership Webinar: Making facilities and operations resilient and adaptable to climate change requires significant additional investments, which must be justified and secured in competition with other priorities. Most cost-benefit methodologies used today to justify and prioritize resilience and adaptation-related projects are ill-suited to capture the correct value of their uncertain climate impact mitigating benefits. Real Options Analysis3 is an analytical and valuation methodology that models explicitly the high level of climate uncertainty and values correctly the cost and benefits of resilience and adaptation projects.
 


Presented By:
Vladimir Antikarov 
Principal, Verea Group, LLC


Date:
June 3, 2020


Time:
10:00 - 110:00 a.m. EDT
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. BST


Session Length:
60 minutes

 

About This Webinar


By properly incorporating and evaluating climate change impact uncertainty and mitigation flexibility, Real Options Analysis can become a critical tool in achieving the following key objectives:

  1. Motivate public and private sector leaders to develop and implement climate change resilience and adaptation projects consistent with their fiduciary duties to investors and other stakeholders
  2. Optimize project design to achieve long-term resilience and adaptability at minimum cost
  3. Create broader and longer-lasting mitigation impact with limited available funding
  4. Reflect the full value of climate resilience and adaptation projects, while reducing their risks and increasing their appeal for stakeholders and investors
  5. Attract additional sources of funding for climate change resilience and adaptation projects


About Our Expert  

  
 
 

Vladimir  Antikarov is Regional Director of the Washington DC chapter of PRMIA. He is Principal at Verea Group LLC. With over 20 years of experience, Mr. Antikarov has served as a senior member of the corporate finance practice with the Monitor Group, now Monitor Deloitte, and as Senior Advisor to the CFO of Overseas Shipholding Group, the largest U.S. oil tanker company. His client engagements have included work with AT&T, Merck, Lockheed Martin, Avaya, Thomson Reuters, Philips, Roche, Valle, Votorantim, Telefonica, Axel Johnson and World Bank.

Mr. Antikarov is author of multiple articles on finance and management. He is a coauthor of the book Real Options, Practitioners Guide. The book has been published in six languages and was the number one business book on Amazon UK.  

Vladimir Antikarov has an MBA and an ABD in Finance from Boston University.

 

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When
6/3/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Where
Webinar
 

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