An innovative tool to quantify the financial impact of climate risk
Managing risks from climate change
Policymakers require market participants to use climate stress tests to manage exposure to climate-change risks
Climate stress test will lead to a risk-averse portfolio strategy and ESG engagement
Scope’s Climate Stress Test: helping investors and lenders build climate risk-averse portfolios
SCOPE’S MACROECONOMIC CLIMATE STRESS TEST
A top-down approach to climate risk
Assessing the historical impact of temperature change and extreme weather events on economic growth
Analysing future climate-related risk comparably across sectors and countries
Projecting annual revenue losses across 2,745 country/sector combinations
Focus on chronic physical and transition risks
Demand for illiquid assets is on the rise, due to low interest rates, long investment periods and positive ROIs, as well as diversification effects.
Ambitious climate goals are causing regulatory pressure and enforce positive change upon the corporate supply chain. ScopeOne ESG analysis lets you review and apply scores and follow companies of interest to monitor change.