Climate change poses evolving stability risks to business across three key areas:
- Transitional risks – the risks of moving from a fossil-fuel intensive economy to a low-carbon economy, driving changes in asset values and higher costs of doing business.
- Physical risks – more frequent or severe weather events like flooding, droughts and storms, both acute and long term.
- Liability risk – whereby individuals or businesses seek compensation for losses from physical or transitional risks of climate change.
How Tricarbon can help
Approaches to strategy, risk and governance are specific to each business. Whilst every company has a unique climate risk exposure profile, this will evolve over time.
Tricarbon works with businesses to develop approaches to identify, measure, and manage this climate risk through robust management frameworks and risk analysis.
We work together to build governance capacity to successfully incorporate climate risk into policy, strategy, operational procedures and decision making.
Tricarbon helps clients set emissions targets to align businesses with Science-Based Targets Initiative guidelines and Net Zero ambitions. We also assist with helping businesses identify approaches to internal carbon pricing to help drive sustainable investment decisions.