Climate risk and downstream impacts

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As reported on news.com.au, supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths have announced new, temporary buying limits for customers in Western Australia after flooding disrupted supply chains.


A huge whirlpool that opened up on the side of the Stuart Highway after floods. Pictures: Ineos Automotive

A huge whirlpool that opened up on the side of the Stuart Highway after floods. Pictures: Ineos Automotive

 

EWN's role in avoiding the climate risk impact on businesses

The article mentioned above is a great example of climate risk and downstream impacts. EWN can quantify the risk of such major weather events occurring, for any given location in Australia. High resolution climate risk reporting more than a decade in advance. This is actionable data to reduce risk and liability. It's hard to say you didn’t know something was going to happen when that knowledge is readily available. We will also warn of such events beforehand so you can do something about them. Do you know how many times this has happened in the past, what the chances are again in the future? We do, ask us.

EWN Climate Risk Disclosure Services

Early Warning Network Pty Ltd (EWN) specialises in the mapping and spatial analysis of climate risk data, specifically, all natural hazards and weather-related events (storms, floods, hail, etc) that have impacted or were warned to impact Australian locations to date.

Australia's climate and the associated risk is changing for businesses.  EWN's climate risk support platform provides a way for businesses to:

  • identify potential hazards,
  • quantify the future risk and
  • compare to what that risk was in the past.

To discuss how we can help your business call (02) 6674 5717, email support@ewn.com.au, or contact us via our enquiry page here.

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