NEW XDI 1000 Benchmark reveals
widespread corporate exposure to
financial impacts of physical climate risk
The first release of the XDI Benchmark Series conducted asset-by-asset analysis of 2.1 million properties owned or leased by more than 1,300 companies listed on eight major indices.
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XDI hosted an online panel discussion
with industry experts on March 17 th to
debate the need for an objective,
globally consistent approach to climate
Speakers included: Bob Mann, President, Sustainalytics, Nicola Ranger Deputy Director, UK Centre for Greening Finance & Investment and Jakob Thoma Managing Director, 2° Investment Initiative.
XDI Announces Climate Risk Data on 34 million UK Addresses to Support Mortgage Lenders
International climate change risk analysts XDI – The Cross Dependency Initiative – today released extreme weather and climate change physical risk statistics for all 34 million commercial and residential addresses in the UK.
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An open letter to the Director of ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes
Dr Karl Mallon responds to recent comments by Professor Andrew Pitman to explain why asset level analysis goes beyond pure climate science, and must use multidisciplinary techniques anchored in engineering and insurance grade hazard analysis.
XDI's Future Plans
XDI reaffirms its commitment to be an independent provider of physical climate risk analysis following social media speculation around acquisition
Guest Blog – What does APRA's Draft Climate Risk Guidelines mean for Australian Companies?
Climate Valuation's 5 takeaways from recent APRA draft guidelines for climate risk reporting to help the insurance industry and finance sector navigate the challenges posed by climate change and extreme weather
Green Recovery and Infrastructure Resilience
The Green Recovery needs to invest in understanding climate risk and, importantly, cross dependency between critical infrastructure and business operations. As the world talks climate
XDI’s Top Ten TCFD Physical Risk Tips for Companies
A deeper dive into what to do if you are serious about making good decisions about the climate physical risks of your business. With New Zealand making Task Force on Climate-related financial
Canada’s brilliant move: linking Covid-19 support to TCFD reporting.
In our radically different world post coronavirus, we at XDI have been thinking about the opportunity this pivotal moment provides us. Covid has given us all a crash course in understanding risk
XDI Nanaimo Case Study: Regional pilot for climate risk and health infrastructure in British Columbia
The Government of British Columbia engaged XDI to undertake a climate risk analysis and adaptation assessment for health infrastructure in Nanaimo, B.C. Funded by the Government of Canada, the project
XDI Greater Sydney Case Study
Sydney will experience significant growth over the next 20 years. This growth, combined with other challenges facing the city, will mean intensifying pressure on infrastructure and other resources to
AdaptWater: Utility Scale Asset Management
Sydney Water manages one of the largest urban water supply systems in the world; approximately 5 million people depend on it for a secure supply of safe and