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Climate Risk & Resilience

The majority of companies today are exposed to physical assets at risk due to climate change. Understanding how to prevent or mitigate billions of dollars’ worth of climate risk is essential.

  • Climate risk and sustainability



    Climate risk is one of the world’s most politically polarizing topics, and one of the biggest geopolitical risks of 2023. Climate risk will have far-reaching impacts on national security and global stability, and the effects of climate change are already apparent in the form of extreme weather events, species extinction, rising sea levels and growing poverty in developing countries.




    Geopolitical Risk




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The Physical Risks from Climate Change


Marion Amiot, the Head of Climate Economics for S&P Global Ratings joins the Seek & Prosper Interview Series to discuss physical risks from climate change. She covers the variety of physical risks and how they affect economies differently, different pathways depending on the extent of decarbonization, and the need for international support for countries most affected by climate change.

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  • Climate risk and sustainability



    Climate risk is one of the world’s most politically polarizing topics, and one of the biggest geopolitical risks of 2023. Climate risk will have far-reaching impacts on national security and global stability, and the effects of climate change are already apparent in the form of extreme weather events, species extinction, rising sea levels and growing poverty in developing countries.




    Geopolitical Risk




Climate and Environmental

Datasets & Solutions

Assess environmental footprints, take a deep dive into high impact sectors, conduct climate scenario analysis and evaluate your alignment with market frameworks designed to inform the transition to a low carbon, sustainable and equitable future with our comprehensive climate and environmental datasets.


Insights from the S&P Global Research Council

A changing world requires new insights, new analysis, and new approaches. The impact of geopolitical events, supply chain issues, health crises, and a changing climate is never confined to a single sector or market. Our clients require expertise and analysis that looks at the big picture.

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January 15, 2024
Key 2024 sustainability trends driving the year ahead

As the physical risks from climate change increase, we expect 2024 to bring a heightened focus on adaptation and resilience planning alongside rising understanding of the impacts of climate change — including on human health.

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Climate Risk Insights

S&P Global Market Intelligence

Don't miss the latest expert insights, research and blogs to help you manage your climate credit risks.