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Webinar: Q&A with Spencer Glendon on the impacts of an unstable climate
A functioning global economy requires a stable climate. Join Spencer Glendon, Founder of Probable Futures, and Milliman’s Nancy Watkins on Tuesday, September 28th for a Q&A focused on what business leaders, policymakers, and community organizations need to be doing now to address the growing impacts of climate change.

Be part of the conversation by submitting the questions most relevant to you. You can enter those questions below or by emailing them directly to mcri@milliman.com.

Sep 28, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Spencer Glendon
Founder @Probable Futures
Spencer Glendon lived and worked around the world as an engineer, researcher, lender, economist, and director of investment research before deciding to understand climate change. He soon stopped working on anything else. In 2020, he founded Probable Futures, which will soon offer frameworks, tools, and storytelling to help people prepare for—and choose between—the futures that the climate offers us in the hopes that we can change how we think about, talk about, and plan for the future of our society and our planet.
Nancy Watkins
Principal and Consulting Actuary @Milliman
Nancy P. Watkins is a principal and consulting actuary in Milliman's San Francisco office who leads a consulting practice that specializes in climate resilience, insurtech and catastrophic property risk. At the forefront of innovation in flood risk, her team provides state-of-the-art tools, technology, and analysis to insurers, reinsurers, and stakeholders in the flood insurance space. Widely known as a thought leader in the areas of property insurance availability and affordability, Nancy serves on the United Nations Capital Development Fund’s Climate Insurance Linked Resilient Infrastructure Finance Working Group to pilot climate adaptation financing for emerging markets and least developed countries. She leads the Milliman Climate Resilience Initiative and was awarded the American Academy of Actuaries Outstanding Volunteerism Award for her participation on the Flood Insurance Work Group.