Risk Management: Perform ex-post and ex-ante analysis to identify how adjusting exposure to certain companies impacts your overall portfolio climate risk. With Climate Impact data, measure the physical risks linked to the sector and geographic exposure, and transitional risks covering fossil fuel reserves and renewable energy assets and, identify regions with the greatest potential portfolio Value-At-Risk (VAR).
Measurement and reporting: Conduct a comprehensive forward-looking assessment to evaluate to what extent your portfolio companies’ can cope with future challenges related to climate change with this comprehensive carbon and climate impact data. Analyze how your portfolio holdings aligns with SDS, STEPS, & CPS IEA climate scenarios. FactSet’s reporting capabilities can also assist with both internal and worldwide reporting initiatives on climate risks - such as the TCFD or PRI.
Investing: Incorporate carbon and climate data into your investment process to mitigate risks and seize opportunities arising from a transition to a low carbon economy. With the Carbon Risk Rating, assess a company’s efficiency, risk management and measures taken to reduce its carbon footprint for 6,500+ companies through a forward-looking lens. Rely on Energy & Extractives Data for support in a wide range of responsible investment strategies, including exclusion, integration.
Data Feed Details
The ISS ESG Carbon & Climate Impact data feed is a comprehensive solution incorporating Carbon Footprint data, Climate Impact & Scenario Alignment, a Carbon Risk Rating, robust Physical Risk and Energy & Extractives data. The feed covers companies’ scope 1 (direct) & scope 2 (indirect) GHG emissions and intensity, scope 3 (other indirect emissions), and transitional and physical climate risks for 25,000+ global companies. Physical risk quantifies the 5 most costly hazards.
The Energy & Extractives data set contains 200+ factors, including revenue share, capacity, output and volume. Users can evaluate 23,000 issuers for detailed fossil fuel and power generation involvement to acquire a deeper climate risk understanding.
ISS ESG is the responsible investment arm of Institutional Shareholder Services Inc., the world’s leading provider of environmental, social, and governance solutions for asset owners, asset managers, hedge funds, and asset servicing providers. ISS ESG solutions include corporate and country ESG research, climate data, analytics and advisory, governance data and screening and controversies. For more information, visit iss-esg.com.