Finance & Risk

Our experts help mobilize new financial resources for climate action and identify climate-related financial risks.

Our team offers sustainability risk analysis for a wide variety of stakeholders, including asset managers, investors, credit analysts, banks, and financial reform organizations. Our main focus is demonstrating material financial risks tied to deforestation from agricultural supply chains. The analysis services we offer benefit from an experienced staff and Climate Advisers’ long-standing leadership in this area. Drawing off of this leadership, Climate Advisers’ analysis has been a trusted source for not just the financial community, but also NGOs and regulators. Our team has helped shape the narrative on deforestation financial risks through in-depth reports, investor briefings, conference speaking roles, and media appearances. Our latest reports feature analysis of the potential impacts of climate action on Brazilian beef and soy, and  reveals material financial risks alongside opportunities to invest in a more sustainable and efficient future for cattle and soy production. Read the reports here.

Our team offers sustainability risk analysis for a wide variety of stakeholders, including asset managers, investors, credit analysts, banks, and financial reform organizations.

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Case studies

Explore some examples of our work in action below.

Climate Advisers launched Orbitas, the world’s first initiative to assess the impact of climate transitions on tropical commodity producers, in 2019. Through a combination of cutting-edge economic modeling and traditional financial analysis Orbitas will help tropical commodity capital providers understand how climate transitions will affect the future of tropical commodities and how to adjust their financing strategies to this new reality.

Brazil’s cattle and soy sectors are set to transform as climate transitions spur new action to reduce emissions. New analysis of the potential impacts of climate action on these critical sectors reveal material financial risks alongside opportunities to invest in a more sustainable and efficient future for cattle and soy production. Read the reports here.

The Finance for Nature Virtual Global Series, delivered by United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, the Scottish Government-backed Global Ethical Finance Initiative, the New York Declaration on Forests Global Platform and Climate Advisers helped to accelerate momentum on nature-based finance in advance of the UN Climate and Biodiversity global summit in 2021.

Climate Advisers provides sustainability risk analysis through Chain Reaction Research, a platform that focuses on financial risks in the Southeast Asian palm oil sector and soy and beef markets in Brazil. For almost a decade, Chain Reaction Research has been a leading voice in demonstrating material financial risk from deforestation. Chain Reaction Research provides its analysis through in-depth reports, webinars, weekly newsletters, and direct engagement. Analysts for Chain Reaction Research have been quoted in The Financial Times, Bloomberg, Mongabay, and various other media outlets.