Is there a global need for standardized reporting on physical climate risk?

Live Event – Recorded March 17, 2022

XDI, The Cross-Dependency Initiative hosted an online panel discussion with industry experts to review the need for an objective, globally consistent approach to physical climate risk reporting.

During the discussion, the panel debated the need for a globally consistent and comparable approach to climate physical risk reporting methods, metrics and responses to enable:

• An objective and independent source of physical climate risk analysis in comparison to TCFD self-disclosure

• The efficient allocation of capital for climate adaptation by advancing risk management and resilient investment strategies on consistent, best available data.

Speakers featured within the recording:

Bob Mann
President,Sustainalytics

Dr. Jakob Thoma
Managing Director, 2 Degrees Investment Initiative

Dr Nicola Ranger
Deputy Director, UK Centre for Greening Finance & Investment

Dr Beverly Adams
Consulting Director, Strategic Risk, Marsh Advisory

Rohan Hamden
CEO, XDI

Dr. Karl Mallon
Founder, XDI

Facilitator: Dr. Julie Calkins

Release of the XDI 1000

The panel debate followed the release of the XDI 1000 (the first in its Benchmark Series), an asset-by-asset analysis of companies across eight major global indices examining asset impairment, productivity loss and revenue impacts under business-as-usual climate change projections.

In addition to highlighting risks, the XDI 1000 highlights opportunities for investment in disaster resilience, new sustainable finance structures, climate-sensitive investment products and better financial regulation. Comparable analysis using best available data and consistent methods unlocking the ability to consider economic cross-dependencies of climate risk and encourage capital allocation towards resilient investment

Intelligence on your investments

The analysis underpinning XDI 1000 data set is based on our Company Intelligence analysis for investors. 

Investors with a portfolio of equities can now obtain intelligence on the climate resilience of any number of companies world wide for due diligence, investment decision making, or to compile risk ratings. 

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