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2024 XDI Gross Domestic Climate Risk Report
2024 XDI Gross Domestic Climate Risk Report

2024 XDI Gross Domestic Climate Risk Report

The XDI Gross Domestic Climate Risk dataset is a direct response to demand from investors for data on sub-sovereign and regional risk. The capability and results provide a new level of detail and sophistication in physical climate risk analysis that can be used to consider the effect of climate change extreme weather on sovereign, sub-sovereign and corporate debt, and builds on growing concern about these issues raised by the global finance sector.
The XDI team
The XDI team
April 5, 2024
2023 XDI Global Hospital Infrastructure Physical Climate Risk Report
2023 XDI Global Hospital Infrastructure Physical Climate Risk Report

2023 XDI Global Hospital Infrastructure Physical Climate Risk Report

XDI has analysed over 200,000 hospitals around the world for risk of damage from 6 different climate change hazards from 1990 until the end of the century. The risk arising from two different emissions scenarios (i) RCP 8.5 (around 4.3 ºC) and RCP 2.6 (1.8 ºC or under) was compared. The analysis was published ahead of the inaugural Health Day at the COP28 UN Climate Conference.
December 19, 2023

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2024 XDI Gross Domestic Climate Risk Report

2024 XDI Gross Domestic Climate Risk Report

The XDI Gross Domestic Climate Risk dataset is a direct response to demand from investors for data on sub-sovereign and regional risk. The capability and results provide a new level of detail and sophistication in physical climate risk analysis that can be used to consider the effect of climate change extreme weather on sovereign, sub-sovereign and corporate debt, and builds on growing concern about these issues raised by the global finance sector.
XDI Hurricane and Tropical Cyclone Analysis

XDI Hurricane and Tropical Cyclone Analysis

New global analysis by XDI has identified regions around the world vulnerable to significant damage from tropical cyclones and hurricanes, as stronger winds fueled by climate change push further towards the poles into areas previously considered low risk.