Economists and analysts
Years of experience
What climate change means for your organisation
Changing weather patterns and more frequent natural disasters have made climate mitigation an increasingly urgent policy priority. We help you understand the causes and consequences of global warming on the global economy and your business outlook, and quantify your organisation’s environmental footprint, alongside its economic and social impact.
Business planning in the face of climate change
Transition risks, physical risks and the economic impact of climate change all need to be factored into long-term business plans. Using our world-leading globally integrated models we evaluate the impact climate risks and opportunities will have on your business outlook and your supply chain, and evaluate how the world’s economic landscape could evolve under various climate scenario narratives.
Measuring your organisation’s sustainable impact
We use our Global Sustainability Model (GSM) to quantify your organisation’s environmental impacts across the whole of the value chain, as well as its economic and social footprint, on a consistent basis with UN Sustainable Development Goals and Greenhouse Gas Protocol metrics. This enables you to track and improve the impact and sustainability of your operations, and to communicate progress to stakeholders and the wider public.
Climate stress testing
Climate change creates financial and economic risks. Our experienced economists use the Oxford Economics Global Economic Model to run climate stress tests for financial institutions around the world. We provide transparent and rigorous modelling, with clear and accessible findings. Our experience includes the latest climate stress tests published by the Bank of England, European Central Bank, Monetary Authority of Singapore and Bank of Canada
Be a thought leader on climate change
We help our clients demonstrate leadership in addressing climate change, with in-depth analysis on best practice in sustainability and its implications for supply chain management, workforce practices and technology.
Sustainability as a transformation catalyst: Trailblazers turn aspiration into action
Sustainability strategy has gained a lot of traction among many, if not all, companies. How does the new focus on this strategy affect innovation, technology, and the bottom line?
Global Sustainability Model
Accurately measure your organisation's global footprint through economic, environmental and social lenses, identify risks and develop strategies to become more sustainable.Find Out More
Global Climate Service
Assess the impact climate change will have on all facets of your business. Now and in the future.Find Out More
Quantifying the impact of policy changes and other risk events on industrial sectors.Find Out More
Modelling and Scenarios
Bespoke research to help you make informed decisions.Find Out More
Resources and Events
Achieving net-zero infrastructure
Climate change and the economic impact of extreme weather
The cost of achieving net zero housing will add to inequalities in the UK
Rewiring Seattle: The economics of Seattle’s new electric heating mandate
The Economics of Climate Change
Investment and innovation opportunities from a net zero energy transition
Fossil fuels and industrial metals struggle to cope with green energy transition
Climate scenarios: Oxford Economics’ methodological approach explained
2021 Climate Check: Business’ Views on Environmental Sustainability
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