The resources below have been collated to provide non-executive directors with a knowledge hub. This brings together relevant climate change materials from regulators, standard setters and other content creators.
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Previous reports, analysis and articles
|Organisation/ Publication/ Author||Link||Information||Date|
|Deloitte||Climate scenarios and consumer business||Consumer businesses face a complex web of climate-related risks and opportunities. This report, in collaboration with Met Office, presents series of plausible future scenarios to untangle some of this complexity and illustrate how scenario analysis can aid effective decision-making.||01/09/2020|
Claire Fyson, Climate Analytics
|Who should be responsible for removing CO2 from the atmosphere?||Carbon dioxide removal may be needed in some form to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. This means that solutions and governance mechanisms will need to be ready for scale-up in the next couple of decades.||27/07/2020|
|McKinsey & Company|
|Climate math: What a 1.5-degree pathway would take||A 1.5-degree pathway is technically achievable, but the math is daunting. This analysis presents a scenario that could be, a reality check on how far we are from achieving it, and a road map to help steer through challenges ahead.||30/04/2020|
Eric Roston and Paul Murray
|Bloomberg climate simulator||Bloomberg tests En-ROADS, a policy-simulator-tool for curious individuals to test assumptions about specific climate solutions – and presents what it will take to keep the world below 2°C.||22/04/2020|
|McKinsey & Company||Can coastal cities turn the tide on rising flood risk?||Case study that explores how flood risk may evolve for Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and Bristol in the United Kingdom in order to illustrate the changing extent of flooding, the landscape of human exposure, and the magnitude of societal and economic impacts.||20/04/2020|
|CalPERS, Wellington Management & Woods Hole Research Center||Calpers Wellington Physical Risks of Climate||This Physical Risk of Climate Change (P-ROCC) framework is a helpful guide for company management teams to integrate climate science-based scenarios into their strategic planning and disclosures.||09/09/2019|