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Our firm's leadership team believes climate change will impact capital markets, creating new risks and opportunities. Working with Woodwell Climate Research Center, one of the world’s leading independent climate research institutes, we research physical climate risks and make science-based insights and projections available to our investment teams.
Annual climate report
Aligned with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure recommendations, this report describes our data-driven processes for monitoring, evaluating, and managing material climate-related risks and opportunities. We also describe our approach to engagement on climate change. Finally, we outline the processes, metrics, and output of our own climate disclosures.
Working with Woodwell has helped us understand the inextricable linkages between these climate risk categories. Our investment professionals engage with companies to help them build resiliency to both.
We support the main asks of Climate Action 100+: accountability and oversight, TCFD-aligned disclosures, and science-based decarbonization targets.
Climate investor tools
Learn about our Climate Exposure Risk Application (CERA), which can help our investment teams visualize and quantify physical climate risks, and share case studies of how some investors have incorporated it into the investment process.
In this three-minute video, we share the climate-exposure risk-analysis tool we have developed in partnership with Woodwell Climate Research Center. This software helps our investment teams track and assess physical climate risks facing capital-market assets around the world.
This dashboard facilitates comparison of companies against peers and average industry intensity. It includes the historical trend of Scopes 1 and 2 emissions intensity, as well as Scopes 1, 2, and 3 intensity figures, leveraging estimated Scope 3 datasets.
This one-stop view is designed to help monitor progress toward our net-zero milestones by combining climate-relevant data from company engagements (including holdings with science-based targets) and portfolio construction (including weighted-average carbon intensity).