In view of the challenges of climate change and the physical impacts it can generate, international organizations warn about the risks for global financial stability. Based on this observation, the Oxford University’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment hosted its 6th Stranded Assets Forum, inviting high-level experts. This Forum took place on April 6-7 near in Aylesbury Bucks.
This event explored the methods and tools available to financial institutions to measure the exposure of companies and their investments to environmental risks in order to reach a consensus to speed up operational implementation of the best solutions.
Jean Marc Jancovici, co-founder of Carbone 4, took part in this event. Indeed, Carbone 4 is currently developing a method for analyzing the physical risks and stranded assets for financial portfolio (press release in French) . This innovative method will provide coverage of several types of actives to climate hazards at a global scale. Its development is supported by AFD, CDC, FRR, Natixis-Mirova, CDG Capital, ERAFP and EDF.
Discover an introduction of the event on their website.