Our expanded suite of climate analytics provide the gold standard investment metrics that financial institutions need to assess the risks and opportunities presented by climate change, drive innovation, and capitalize on the low carbon transition.

Trucost’s climate analytics have been specifically expanded to help financial institutions align with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).

Carbon metrics Verified and complete 10-year time-series carbon emissions data and disclosure metrics across company operations and supply chains representing 93% of global markets by market capitalization, enhanced with in-depth energy data from coal power production and fossil fuel reserves to energy transition, carbon price risk exposure, physical risk impacts and 2 degree alignment assessment.

Natural capital metrics It’s not all about carbon. We complement our carbon insights with performance data and disclosure metrics on water use, pollution impacts and waste disposal.

Our metrics are available through EBoard, Trucost’s interactive software platform providing portfolio analytics, screening tools, trend analysis, cost calculators and charting applications – via third party platforms – or direct to your systems via FTP feed and EBoard export functions. Trucost climate analytics are also available through XpressfeedTM – combining robust environmental data & analysis with the speed, delivery & cross-referencing capabilities of XpressfeedTM.

Physical Risk Impacts The Trucost Climate Change Physical Risk dataset helps investors understand their exposure to climate change physical impacts under future climate change scenarios to inform TCFD aligned reporting, risk management and investment strategies. The Trucost dataset assesses company exposure to physical risk at the asset-level based on a database of over 500,000 assets mapped to companies in the S&P Market Intelligence database.

TCFD Aligned Scenario Analysis and Reporting
• Integrate physical risk into investment analysis
• Reporting that includes forward-looking estimates of physical risk in line with TCFD recommendations
• Screen or optimize portfolios by measuring the physical risk exposure associated with portfolio holdings over time
• Integrate physical risk analysis into the due diligence process for new acquisitions
• Distinguish physical risk from broader climate change risk, such as transition risks or possible stranded assets
• Engage with companies on their preparedness for physical risk impacts and strategies for adaptation