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The Business of Climate Change: Supply Chain Continuity Risks and How to Proactively Manage Impact

October 11th, 2017

In a world where climate change can impact every part of the supply chain, it's no longer business as usual for agricultural, food, and beverage companies. As a result, now is the time for your company to take action mitigating risk so you can sustain and grow your business into the future. 

How Climate Change Affects Supply Chains

The key to success will be bolstering supply chain continuity and adapting your business strategy and operations to proactively manage ongoing risks. While adaptation will add cost, as this info graphic shows, failure to act will prove even more costly.

You can't prevent floods, droughts, or landslides from occurring, but you can take steps to mitigate the negative impacts they can have on your business. Antea Group has wide-ranging technical capabilities and has developed a predictive risk-assessment tool that can calculate the level of risk and pinpoint areas that are the most vulnerable.

Don't wait for disaster to strike. Take action now to determine your level of risk and put a strategy in place to avoid costly business consequences.

Check out our infographic below for more information and contact us today to schedule a business risk assessment.

The Business of Climate Change: An Infographic About Supply Chain Continuity Risks

Antea Group is an environmental consulting firm that offers a variety of services to support your company – from EHS and sustainability practices to climate change impact to risk assessment, learn about our practice areas here.

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