The service will include three pre-defined scenarios and a baseline covering a wide range of potential climate risks facing the world today.
Global Climate Service
Helping you assess the impact global warming will have on your business outlook and meet ESG standards.
About the Global Climate Service
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the danger of ignoring external risks. Meanwhile changing weather patterns and more frequent natural disasters have increased environmental concerns. As a result, mitigation policy has become a major priority with a global commitment to the 2015 Paris Agreement. Government authorities also are making the climate a central part of their risk assessment.
Companies, therefore, need to assess the impact of global warming on the global economy and their business outlook. Oxford Economics offers a Global Climate Service that can help companies in this regard.
The Global Climate Service, includes pre-defined climate scenarios, a climate databank and regular briefings on climate-related issues.
- Risk assessment: our forecasts and research will enable you to effectively evaluate the impact climate risks and opportunities will have on your business outlook.
- Strategic planning: Our scenario analysis and research will help you evaluate how the world’s economic landscape could evolve under various climate scenario narratives.
- Reporting: The climate databank will allow you to monitor and disclose climate-related financial risks in line with new reporting standards.
What does the service include?
The databank provides access to detailed macro-economic and climate change metrics. It allows clients to view the forecast and scenario data in tables, charts, and maps. All data series will be available out to 2050.
This service will provide monthly research on key climate issues such as mitigation policy, global warming, natural disasters, technological change and population growth.
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