ISS ESG’s dedicated team of climate change experts provide financial market participants, governments and universities with market-leading carbon and climate data and state-of-the art portfolio analytics.
The Portfolio Analytics reporting tool on our proprietary DataDesk platform enables investors to assess their exposure to climate risks with the click of a button. For public equity and fixed income strategies, the Climate Impact Report provides detailed analyses of Scope 1&2 and Scope 3 emissions, transition and physical risks and climate scenario analysis based on the IEA’s Sustainable Development Scenario, which is in line with the Paris Agreement towards a below 2°C world.
The reports can assist investors in fulfilling requirements for internal and global external reporting initiatives, such as the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), Article 173 of the French Energy Transition Law, and the PRI, and can be used to stress-test portfolios.
Includes the TCFD’s weighted average carbon intensity and additional metrics assessing climate-related risks and opportunities.
Assessment of a portfolio’s alignment with three climate scenarios provided by the International Energy Agency (IEA), including the Sustainable Development Scenario (SDS) that aligns with the Paris Agreement. The analysis also includes a qualitative climate target assessment and temperature scores.
Analyse how different climate scenarios can impact the financial performance of your portfolio.
CARBON FOOTPRINT DATA
Scope 1&2 and Scope 3 emissions, including emission intensities.
Detailed assessment of company and portfolio exposure to transition risks and opportunities related to carbon pricing and demand changes, impacts on operating costs and revenues, fossil fuel reserves, power generation, and controversial energy extraction practices. Includes forward-looking returns-based analysis quantifying the potential financial impact of a net zero scenario.
Provides estimates of financial impact due to increasing hazard intensity for the most likely and worst-case scenarios by 2050 across the five most costly weather hazards: floods, heat stress, wildfires, tropical cyclones, and drought.
AVAILABLE REPORTS: Climate Impact Report, Carbon Footprint Report
ISS ESG’s Physical Climate Risk Analysis: Gauging Climate Change Impacts on Your Portfolio
Investors want to deepen their understanding of the financial impact of physical climate-related risks on their investments. With climate change expected to increase the occurrence and intensity of severe weather hazard impacts, the value of your portfolio holdings might be affected.
This video explores ISS ESG’s physical climate risk analysis tool, which enables investors to model hazard intensity increases, for likely and worst-case scenarios by 2050, across five of the costliest hazards: wildfires, tropical cyclones, heat stress, floods, and drought.
CLIMATE RISK & IMPACT DATA
Access the broadest and deepest carbon and climate data set in the market.
Includes data on output and installed capacity derived from power generation from fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas), renewable energy (wind, solar, hydro, biomass, geothermal, and nuclear power), and other sources.
Broad coverage with 41 Sovereign Climate Data factors, which include:
Absolute and intensity greenhouse gas emissions data from production emissions (as reported to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)) and government emissions, aligned with the PCAF methodology.
Data on sovereigns’ energy mixes and national fossil fuel reserves.
Detailed assessment of absolute and relative Scope 1, 2 and 3 greenhouse gas emissions
Bespoke analysis of transition and physical risk as well as scenario alignment possible
37,000+ issuers of corporate debt
Data as of September 2022. All figures are approximate.
Established in 2010 and developed over three years with scientists from ETH Zurich with over 800 climate-relevant sector and subsector-specific models allowing you access to Scope 1&2, and upstream/downstream Scope 3 emissions based on sector estimates.
Holistic coverage of carbon-, physical-, transition-, and scenario risks that can be used for reporting, portfolio optimization, engagement and voting.
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