XDI is part of The Climate Risk Group, a group of companies committed to quantifying and communicating the costs of climate change.
Ours is a mission-driven company.
We exist to help our clients and community understand and manage unavoidable climate change, whilst demonstrating the imperative for a low carbon world.
We see every contract as a collaboration. We are trusted by governments, NGOs, companies, banks and communities - and while some see themselves in opposite corners - we believe it will take all actors working together to solve this challenge.
Data and information alone do not create change: data needs humanity and humanity needs ambition.
Our vision is not just to identify physical climate risks, but to also mitigate them.
Our goal is a more climate-resilient community.
Our approach is to work with you over the course of your climate risk journey.
Working with leading edge decision-makers and organisations, we developed systems to calculate the impact of climate change variables on physical assets, human resources and management processes.
XDI (Cross Dependency Initiative) brings together the knowledge, the technology and the team to accelerate action on climate change by embedding climate impact data in all decisions.
XDI’s sister company, Climate Valuation is established, putting climate change impact information into the hands of homeowners and homebuyers.
The Climate Risk Group is formed bringing together XDI and Climate Valuation under one parent company, to quantify and communicate the costs of climate change.
Passionate about shifting the dial on climate change, our founders from left-to-right:
Rohan Hamden, Ruth Tedder and Karl Mallon.
Global leaders in physical climate risk analysis since 2007
Backed by a team of specialists across science, engineering and software development, XDI provides best in class expertise in physical climate risk analysis to inform capital allocation, planning and risk management decisions.
Our work helps key decision makers understand the costs of unmitigated climate change at the asset, firm and investor scale.
Today, XDI is an international company with offices in Europe and Australia.
If you’re passionate about accelerating action on climate change, but don’t see a relevant open position, email us with some information about yourself
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At XDI, we believe that data needs to be in the hands of those who will use it to drive change, including citizens and civil society organisations. We release information publicly to generate debate and increase understanding.
The XDI GDCR is the second release in the XDI Benchmark Series, ranking the physical climate risk to the built environment in all states and provinces around the world.
See the full 2,600+ territories below.
XDI chooses not to provide services wholly directed towards enabling the expansion of fossil fuel production and use. Specifically, we will not provide physical risk analysis for new sites for coal mines, gas or oil fields or coal or gas-fired power plants. XDI recognises that many of our existing clients and resellers provide lending, consulting services or other support to the fossil fuel industry, including its expansion. XDI views our work as crucial to helping our clients understand the costs of catastrophic climate change and informing their business decisions and strategies such that they pursue pathways towards rapid decarbonisation and resilience. On a case by case basis, XDI may choose to add a company to the list of prohibited companies appended to this policy if XDI deems that company to be contributing to the expansion of the fossil fuel industry without appropriate plans to phase out these activities.
In view of the extensive and irreparable harm caused by the international weapons industry, XDI will not provide business services to companies that dominate this industry. XDI chooses not to provide services to companies, including their associated entities, whose business depends upon the continuation of war and conflict and the misery and environmental damage it inflicts. Specifically, XDI will not provide services to those among the 100 largest weapons manufacturers that derive 50% or more of their revenue from weapon sales. These companies will be those identified by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute in 2021 or their associated entities.
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Our vision is not just to identify physical climate risks, but to mitigate them.
XDI can help you develop business plans for adaptation, helping you move from risk to resilience.
Talk to us today to find out more.