Climate change risk management increasingly is part of enterprise risk management for global corporations such as Pfizer Inc., said the company’s assistant general counsel Sally Fisk on Friday at an environmental and energy law panel at the annual meeting of the New York State Bar Association.

Pfizer, a global pharmaceutical corporation headquartered in New York City with more than 90,000 employees and scores of factories worldwide, must contend with environmental impacts on its operations, workforce and supply chain, Fisk said. She is also chief compliance counsel for Pfizer’s Global Supply Division and Environmental, Health and Safety Program. 

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