Thursday August 20 at 17:00 CET / 11:00am EST / 8:00am PST
Climate Change is already making wildfires more severe and Four Twenty Seven’s new analysis finds that it will lead to more days with high wildfire potential in areas already prone to wildfires, and create hotter and drier conditions that will expose entirely new areas. Four Twenty Seven’s wildfire analytics incorporate data from global climate models to provide a view of changing conditions by 2030-2040, capturing both absolute and relative change in frequency and severity.
Join us for a webinar to learn about Four Twenty Seven’s methodology for assessing wildfire potential and to hear key findings. Bring questions to ask the modeler behind the methodology and the authors of our analysis.
〉Welcome & Introduction
Natalie Ambrosio Preudhomme, Director, Communications, will provide an introduction to the implications of wildfires for finance, business and government stakeholders.
Colin Gannon, Director, Research, will explain Four Twenty Seven’s methodology for assessing wildfire potential and share global trends.
Lindsay Ross, Director, Global Client Services, will share key findings from the analysis, highlighting regional hotspots and discussing actionable ways to leverage this data to inform investments in resilience.
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