Floodlight Inc - TIDE
- Environmental data
- Governance data
- Social data
- Verification/certification data
Brief description of the data offering
With over 100 datasets on ESG, we build on science and measurements to provide unbiased measurements. The data catalog includes environmental data, such as physical risks and threats from current weather and climate as well as projections using the latest global climate models in order to assess and predict future climate risks for individual investments and businesses as well as Social and Governance data focused on an outside-in approach. Our approach is built from the top down–and in our case, the skies with our satellites. We build on those primary data feeds to remotely assess environmental risks by looking at detailed data patterns of weather events, long-term climate, tree and plant diversity and amounts, and even gases in the air.
The data offers solutions for:
- Carbon footprinting
- Climate scenario analysis
- Environmental impact analysis and insight
- Nature-based information
- Nature-based information: Biodiversity
- Nature-based information: Land use
- Nature-based information: Oceans
- Nature-based information: Water
- Reporting: CSRD
- Reporting: Other Regulations
- Reporting: SFDR
- Reporting: TCFD
- Social impact analysis and insight
Where and how do you source your data?
Emissions are recorded and calculated to arrive at total emissions from the asset. Remote sensing data, including aerial surveys, drone imagery, satellite imagery, and ground sensors are used to measure emissions For Scope 2 assessments, we further utilize the emissions from energy production. With satellites merged with ground sensors, we measure GHG emissions globally. Satellite instruments measure spectrally resolved near-infrared and/or infrared radiation reflected or emitted by the Earth and its atmosphere.
Who are the data users?
- Financial institutions