What data do you provide?
South Pole assists companies in the disclosure and reporting of information on sustainability-related issues including GHG accounting, climate-related risks, impact and water management and the Sustainable Development Goals.
We support corporate and financial sector clients to understand how their operations and investments are exposed to climate change; we provide an array of corporate advisory and assessments covering carbon, water, forests and energy.
South Pole engages with investors to understand and address differing approaches to ESG investing by e.g. informing ESG-aligned investment strategies, engagement efforts, and decision making. We offer climate data analysis, assisting investors in measuring and disclosing investments’ exposure to climate-related risks and identifying opportunities arising from the transition to a low-carbon, climate resilient economy.
Where and how do you source your data?
South Pole’s climate-related risk tool includes data on vulnerability, hazard and exposure as well as forward-looking scenarios to assess both physical and transition risks. Data sources include publicly available information from a range of sources including intergovernmental organisations, non-governmental organisations, institutions and academia.
Who are the data users?
Users of South Pole’s impact and risk assessment solutions and data are primarily corporates, as well as institutional investors and asset owners.
What is the cost for your data offering?
The cost of South Pole’s data offering depends on the specific context. Our bespoke solutions are designed to address the diverse needs of our clients. Reach out to Hanna Värttö at email@example.com to learn more.