Carbon Risk Rating assesses the climate-related performance of companies, taking into account not only industry-specific challenges and risk profiles, but also considers companies positive impact. It provides investors with a central instrument for the future-oriented analysis of CO2-related risks both at issuer and portfolio level.
Comprehensive assessment of climate-related corporate performance & risks
Holistic and future-oriented approach
For investment decisions at issuer and portfolio level
More than 100 indicators, most of which are industry-specific
The Carbon Risk Rating enables investors to identify future-oriented CO2-related risks at both issuer and portfolio level and provides clear guidance for investment decisions.
Climate change and its effects increasingly present companies with operational and strategic challenges. These can be of a physical, regulatory, technological or financial nature resulting in climate-related risks for investors.
Carbon Risk Rating provides investors with a comprehensive assessment of the climate-related performance of companies and allows important conclusions to be drawn about CO2-related risks.
The Carbon Risk Rating considers the following parameters:
Performance development of the company
Climate targets, measures and strategies to reduce emissions
Emissions along the entire value chain, from the procurement of raw materials to the disposal phase of products
THE COMPONENTS OF CARBON RISK RATING
CARBON PERFORMANCE SCORE
Carbon Performance Score looks at a company’s CO2 efficiency, risk management and measures to reduce the carbon footprint.
CARBON RISK CLASSIFICATION
Industry Carbon Risk Classification takes into account the extent to which a company in a given industry is exposed to CO2 risks due to its business field.
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