The New York State Department of Financial Services is hosting a webinar series for financial institutions on the physical risks related to climate change in New York and the northeast.
Participants in this two-part series will learn about climate-related physical changes that are likely to occur in the region, such as flooding, extreme precipitation, snowfall, extreme temperature and drought in the first webinar. The second webinar will focus on coastal risks, such as sea-level rise, hurricanes and coastal storms and what that could mean for financial institutions.
Both of these timely webinars will be led by Mark Lowery, assistant director of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Office of Climate Change. Interested participants can learn more and register by following the links below:
- Overview of Physical Risks from Climate Change in New York and the Northeast will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, May 24.
- Coastal Risks from Climate Change in New York and the Northeast will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 26.