ESG Data Guide 2023

WWF Germany - WWF Risk Filter Suite

Data category

Environmental data

The data offers solutions for:

  • Climate scenario analysis
  • Nature-based information: Biodiversity
  • Nature-based information: Oceans
  • Nature-based information: Water
  • Reporting: CSRD
  • Reporting: TCFD
  • Reporting: TNFD
  • Reporting: UN SDGs

Who are the data users?

  • Corporates
  • Financial institutions

Brief description of the data offering

With the WWF Risk Filter Suite, companies and financial institutions have easy and streamlined access to distinct and complementary tools the - Biodiversity Risk Filter and Water Risk Filter - enabling users to upload and manage their data in a central and secure online platform for performing their biodiversity and water risk assessments. The WWF Biodiversity Risk Filter and WWF Water Risk Filter are designed to be used as corporate and portfolio level screening tools to identify biodiversity and water risks and prioritise corporate action on biodiversity and water.

Where and how do you source your data?

The WWF Risk Filter Suite sources its global biodiversity and water data from over a large selection of different data providers including research academia, NGOs, and commercial providers. For the WWF Biodiversity Risk Filter, 56 datasets from different data providers are used to create the 33 biodiversity indicators incorporated to assess physical- and reputational risk. A detailed list of the datasets is available in the methodological documentation in the appendix 0. The WWF Water Risk Filter uses over 30 datasets for its 32 water indicators assessing physical-, reputational- and reputational-risk. A detailed list of the Water Risk Filter datasets used is available here.

What is the cost for your data offering?

The WWF Risk Filter Suite is free to use.


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