Blog | 15 Feb 2023

Our new Industry Climate Service

Abby Samp

Associate Director of Global Industry Services

Changing weather patterns and frequent natural disasters have increased environmental concerns. As a result, mitigation, adaptation, and regulatory reporting have become a major priority for policymakers and business leaders. I am thrilled to announce we will be introducing our Industry Climate Service on 23 February to help clients quantify the impacts of climate change and associated mitigation policies on output and energy use trends across more than 100 sectors.

How we can help:
Key features include:

The first update will be consistent with the most recent Global Climate Service update. The Global Climate Service quantifies the macroeconomic impacts of five climate scenarios against a stated policies baseline. These scenarios help businesses understand the trade-offs and implications of climate mitigation.

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Which sectors will gain and which will lose out in a net zero transition scenario? How will the phasing out of fossil fuels and the expansion of renewable electricity impact manufacturing supply chains? What will the composition of energy usage within the transport sector look like in 2050?

Register now for our upcoming webinar, on 2 March, in which we will discuss the major sector-level insights that emerge from the latest set of scenarios.


Abby Samp

Associate Director of Global Industry Services

+44 203 910 8008

Abby Samp

Associate Director of Global Industry Services

London, United Kingdom

Abby is an Associate Director of Global Industry Service, where she oversees service developments, helps shape the global industry overview and monitors and updates the forecast for the high-tech sector. Abby manages developments to Oxford Economics’ Global Industry Model (GIM), has extensive experience in modelling and scenario-based project work. Abby has a BASc in Economics from McGill University in Montreal, where she graduated with great distinction and received the Hubert Marleau prize for top marks in economics. She also holds an MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she graduated with distinction.

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