Outputs for representative concentration pathway (RCP) 8.5, 6.0, 4.5 and 2.6 are available as standard.
As a standard of practice for physical risk analysis from extreme weather and climate change events, RCP 8.5 is used to stress test assets or portfolios under a worst-case emissions scenario.
RCP 2.6 is used for 'best' case scenario.
RCP 4.5/6.0 can be added for a moderate mitigation pathway.
XDI assesses 10 climate risk hazards, each with its own level of granularity, typically ranging from 5 to 50 metres.
XDI analysis works to identify the edge of the risk envelope, so that decision makers can see the maximum modelled risk. To stress-test an asset, multiple climate models are tested and the model that appears to create the greatest increase in a particular hazard is selected for that hazard.
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.