Scarcity & Excess: Resilience at Both Ends of the Water Spectrum

10 May


Competency Skills


Kindly note that this will be an in-person workshop in Singapore. All prevailing Safe Management Measures (SMM) must be adhered to.


Too little and too much can disrupt supply chains and harm corporate reputations, especially when it comes to a life-essential resource such as water. As a crucial driver to the global economy, an imbalance between water inputs and outputs places ecosystems we rely on at risk wherever we are in the world. We all rely on these water systems for our sustainable future and have a role to play in risk reduction.

With this in mind, we would like for you to join us for a thought-provoking Climate Academy workshop focusing on Water, featuring prominent leaders from City Developments Limited, Institute of Water Policy – Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, ENGIE Impact, Fugro and AXA Climate.

We will explore these growing risks and discuss how businesses can best prepare for and protect themselves against such risks.

Learning Outcomes:

  • The current state of sustainability practices in Singapore and how corporates can do more to mitigate risks related to this to the advantage of the society, the environment and the business.
  • The defenses corporations can apply in order to minimise the impacts of these events
  • Opportunities for risk managers & corporations to start on their sustainability journey, and how to partner up with experts like ENGIE Impact and Fugro
  • Flooding risks (coastal and inland) and how to utilise best practices to mitigate these risks, including recent case study examples on Flood Assessment

Presentation Deck

This section is restricted to PARIMA members only.


Xavier Veyry
Xavier Veyry

Chief Executive Officer APAC & Europe


Ulrike Decoene
Ulrike Decoene

Group Chief Communications, Brand & Sustainability Officer


Esther An

Chief Sustainability Officer

City Developments Limited

Joost Buurman
Dr Joost Buurman

Deputy Director
& Senior Research Fellow

Institute of Water Policy - Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

Aniket Jalgaonkar

Climate Change Lead - APAC

AXA Climate

Kelvin Wu
Kelvin Wu

Group General Manager, Risk Management & Insurance

International SOS



Jamie Ayers
Jamie Ayers

Director, Sustainability Solutions

ENGIE Impact

Paul Seaton
Paul Seaton

Director - Hydrography and Coastal Resilience, Asia Pacific



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