ESG Data Guide 2024

Moody's - Climate Data by Moody’s

Data category

  • Environmental data
  • Governance data
  • Social data

The data offers solutions for:

  • Carbon footprinting
  • Climate scenario analysis
  • Environmental impact analysis and insight
  • Investment decisions and portfolio insight
  • Nature-based information
  • Nature-based information: Land use
  • Nature-based information: Water
  • Reporting: EU Regulations
  • Reporting: Impact
  • Reporting: TCFD
  • Reporting: UN SDGs

Who are the data users?

  • Corporates
  • Financial institutions
  • Government
  • Investors

Brief description of the data offering

Climate on Demand is a dynamic tool for identifying the physical climate risk of assets worldwide enabling forward looking views of potential damage and business disruption.

Climate Change Models, are comprehensive catastrophe models combined with climate conditioning integrate the latest climate model output and bottom-up weather simulations to meet the risk needs of the financial sector.

Moody’s Climate-Adjusted EDF™ (Expected Default Frequency) is a customizable framework that provides analysis of physical and transition risks’ impact on public companies’ credit risk used for stress-testing, loan origination, credit monitoring, asset allocation, and disclosure.

Transition Risk, gives comprehensive policy insights, macroeconomic trends, and company-specific datasets that assesses the impacts of transitioning to a low carbon economy.

Where and how do you source your data?

Moody’s takes a multi-channel approach to sourcing data. Moody’s physical climate risk data integrates data from Moody's RMS detailed catastrophe models and the best available climate change science. Moody's RMS models – developed over the past 30 years – today support risk decisions for the $2.5 trillion re/insurance global market, and provide analysis of the expected damage from complex perils.

Moody’s climate change models and datasets use the best available climate change science, including Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports, Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP) climate models, Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment (CORDEX) data and additional inputs from scientific literature.

What is the cost for your data offering?

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