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McKinsey & Company value-chain risks

How Companies Can Adapt to Climate Change

McKinsey & Company value-chain risksClimate change poses a host of risks to businesses, from infrastructure damage caused by extreme weather events to increased price volatility of raw materials and reputational risks.

A McKinsey & Company report outlines these risks — and what leading companies are doing to turn these risk into a competitive advantage.

Volkswagen, for example, is investing €1 billion ($1.1 billion) in renewable-energy to hedge against the possibility of rising fossil-fuel prices, the report says. And Siemens has developed a dedicated “environmental portfolio” of carbon-efficient products.

 

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