Regulatory developments and market guidance such as the EU Action Plan and TCFD have placed renewed urgency on the investment community to take a more active role to address global climate change. With Sustainalytics’ Carbon Ratings & Research and Physical Climate Risk Metrics, investors can identify, assess and manage climate-related investment risks and opportunities.
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Sustainalytics’ Climate Solutions
Sustainalytics Climate Solution suite comprises Carbon Solutions and Physical Climate Risk Metrics.
Sustainalytics’ Carbon Risk Ratings assess a company’s carbon risk, driven by the transition to a low-carbon economy. The
ratings are determined by evaluation of a company’s material exposure to and management of carbon issues. The rating
captures complex and diverse types of carbon research in a single, quantitative rating that can be easily used for
investment decisions and reporting purposes.
Physical Climate Risk Metrics support investors in their efforts to assess & disclose the exposure of their investments to the
physical consequences of climate change and assist in strategic capital allocation within capital markets by providing a
dataset covering a wide range of physical hazards and potential impact mechanisms.
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