Climate Solutions

Identify, Assess and Manage Climate-Related Exposure

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Identify, Assess and Manage Climate-Related Risks and Opportunities

Regulatory developments and market guidance such as the EU Action Plan and TCFD have placed urgency on the investment community to take a more active role to address global climate change. With Sustainalytics’ Physical Climate Risk Metrics, Carbon Emissions Data, and Carbon Ratings and Research, investors can identify, assess and manage climate-related investment risks and opportunities.

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Sustainalytics’ Climate Solutions

Physical Climate Risk Metrics

Physical Climate Risk Metrics support investors in their efforts to assess and disclose the exposure of their investments to the physical consequences of climate change. In addition, the metrics assist in strategic capital allocation within capital markets by providing a dataset that covers a wide range of physical hazards and potential impact mechanisms.

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Carbon Emissions Data ​

Sustainalytics’ Carbon Emissions Data is designed to provide investors with powerful insights to assess and analyze companies’ GHG emissions. Our Carbon Emissions Data is backed by best-in-class multi-factor regression models to estimate greenhouse gas emissions. With our sophisticated estimation models and high-quality data, investors can respond to regulatory requirements and initiatives such as the EU Action Plan, TCFD, and PRI.

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Carbon Ratings & Research

Sustainalytics’ Carbon Risk Ratings assess a company’s carbon risk, driven by the transition to a low-carbon economy. The ratings are determined by evaluating 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 used for investment decisions and reporting purposes.

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Why Sustainalytics?

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A Single Market Standard

Consistent approach to ESG assessments across the investment spectrum.

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Award-Winning Research and Data

Firm recognized as Best ESG Research and Data Provider by Environmental Finance and Investment Week.

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End-to-End ESG Solutions

ESG products and services that serve the entire investment value chain.

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30 Years of ESG Expertise

800+ ESG research analysts across our global offices.

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A Leading SPO Provider

As recognized by Environmental Finance and the Climate Bonds Initiative.

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