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Presentation from the Energy and Encironment Conference and Expo Phoenix 2010.

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  • Managing Climate Change across the Enterprise EUEC – Track G – Session 4 February 2, 2010 Matthew A. Wilson PhD. CH2M HILL, Englewood CO.
  • Overview for Today’s Panel Introduction Business Drivers for Integrated Climate Change Management Challenges and Opportunities Overview of Today’s Panel • Panelists and Topics • Agenda
  • Converging Trends Across the Enterprise: Sustainability, Climate Change, and Energy
  • Climate-Driven Innovation Creating a culture of climate-driven innovation can create value and occur in all dimensions, across the enterprise: products, services, strategy, and financing. Innovation is…“The commercial or industrial application of something new – a new product, process, or method of production; a new market or source of supply; a new form of commercial, business or financial organization.” — Joseph Schumpeter, 1934 The Theory of Economic Development
  • Business Drivers of Integrated Climate Change Management
  • The Magnitude of the Challenge in the U.S. 7,000 500 450 6,000 400 Million Metric Tons of CO2 5,000 350 Population in Millions 300 4,000 250 3,000 200 Targeted 150 2,000 100 1,000 History 50 0 - 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1949 1959 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009 2019 2029 2039 2049 CO2 Emissions Population Sources: EIA (2009); Pew Foundation Research (2008) 6
  • Business Drivers Economics, Compliance, and Brand Energy demand and price volatility, regulation of carbon, brand protection, and effects of climate change are creating the “perfect storm” Driver Changes and Events Regulatory Risk International Trends New GHG legislation New rules and regulation (MRR, Cap and Trade) Scientific Trends and Scientific Consensus on GHG effect Physical Risk Intense Storm Events Energy demand and delivery Financial Risk Redefining “materiality” to include CC Availability of insurance and investment capital Fiduciary responsibility New Market Opportunity Growth in offset markets and carbon credit trading Building a “green energy” economy
  • Integrated Climate Change Program Management: Challenges and Opportunities
  • The Business Challenge Current Organizational Discontinuity
  • Removing Organizational Barriers Knowledge and Information Connect the Organization ACTION
  • Need to Do Enterprise-Level Foundational Work • Baseline GHG Inventories • Data Gap Analysis • Early Management Strategy • Product Life Cycle Analysis
  • …And Leverage Information to Enable Decisions and …And Leverage Information to Enable Decisions and Actions Actions • Strategy Execution and Project Delivery Excellence • Corporate Reporting • Supply Chain Life Cycle Inventories • Forecasting and Scenario Development • Carbon Monetization
  • Change management to sustain Climate Change capacity Business Process and Information Systems Organizational Change Management
  • Can it Really Work? Overview of Today’s Panel
  • Presentations Presentations • Dane Honrado, Dominion Resources—Establishing a GHG Inventory, An Integrated Approach • Brian Sloof, Transcanada—Climate Change Emissions Management: Company Implementation Issues • Joel Swisher, Camco--Carbon Management in Utility Resource Planning and Procurement • Jessica Wollmuth, CH2M HILL—A Methodology for Prioritizing Carbon Offset Investment • Miles Mahoney, Evergreen Energy—Environmental Intelligence • Dave McCurdy, Enviance—Carbon Accounting and Organizational Change **PLEASE HOLD QUESTIONS TILL THE PANEL! Panel Discussion (25minutes) • Audience Q&A for Panelists
  • Thank You!