Climate change will impact organizations on various levels.
The G20 Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) released recommendations in June 2017, which highlight the importance of using scenario analysis to assess climate change related impacts within the financial sector.
It calls for the assessment of both the risk and opportunity side of transition and physical climate change impacts, and creates a reporting framework that allows institutions to prepare themselves for upcoming regulations.
Assessing climate risk through efficient, quantitative scenario analysis
By categorizing and measuring climate change risks along a host of different risk scenarios, we comprehensively model how climate change can impact companies, their activities and financial products.
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Tools & data for climate risk analysis are available.
Stress testing for climate risks is coming.
Identify a pathway towards future regulation.
Carbon Delta supports your TCFD reporting
Carbon Delta’s Solution
Transition and Physical scenario analysis
2°C scenario as well as other scenarios, such as the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)
Models 2°C, 1.5°C and Business-As-Usual (BAU) / NDC scenarios
Extreme weather threats of moderate or higher risk before 2030
Models extreme weather out to 2030
Identifies physical and technological opportunities
Range of physical hazards between 2030 and 2050
Models wind gusts, extreme heat, extreme cold, wildfire, snowfall, heavy precipitation, and tropical cyclones
Metrics for the Financial Sector
How TCFD reporting could work
- Assess materiality of climate-related-risks
- Identify and define a range of scenarios
- Send Carbon Delta your ISINs and weights
- Receive Carbon Delta Data and apply it to your assets
- Develop a report aligned with the TCFD recommendations
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