Global warming poses unprecedented risks to society and investors. Fortunately, climate indices help make it possible to invest in a more resilient future while maintaining broad-benchmark exposure. Leveraging powerful data from S&P Global Trucost to address different carbon reduction objectives, many of these indices align with recommendations of the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and climate benchmark standards proposed by the EU Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance.
Our Climate Indices
Over-weights companies with lower levels of carbon emissions and under-weights companies with higher levels per unit of revenue.
Reweights benchmarks to account for the potential impact of carbon prices on companies’ stock prices.
Measures the performance of companies that don’t own fossil fuel reserves, defined as economically and technically recoverable sources of crude oil, natural gas, and thermal coal.
Our climate change indices cater to a broad range of investor objectives, from divestment, decarbonization, and de-risking to holistic, science-based 1.5°C alignment.