Methodologies and tools to evaluate the financial impact of climate-related risks and opportunities

The demand for disclosure of climate-related risks and opportunities is constantly increasing and firms will have to comply to an additional set of requirements: the EU Taxonomy and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive. The identification, assessment, and management of climate-related risks and opportunities is a complex challenge, in particular when it comes to evaluate their financial impact on the company’s activity (and vice versa). For this reason, as it is becoming a priority for firms and investors, think tanks, research centres, and data providers are proposing several tools and approaches to carry out such evaluations.

 

In this context, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, in collaboration with the Italian Sustainable Investment Forum and Chapter Zero Italy, organised an online conference where high-level international experts will present some of the most interesting methodologies and approaches in this field. The presentations was followed by a virtual round table and a Q&A session to discuss the impact that these assessment methodologies may have on the financial sector and on the companies’ business activities.

 

Speakers:

Anne-Claire Abadie, Portfolio Manager, SRI and Environmental Specialist, Sycomore Asset Management

Arianna Lovera, Senior Programme Officer, Italian Sustainable Investment Forum (ItaSIF)

Matthieu Maurin, CEO, Iceberg Data Lab

Manuela Mazzoleni, Direttrice Sostenibilità, Assogestioni

Lennart Schweser, Economist, Right. based on science

Ian Stannard, Senior Engagement Manager, Urgetem

Riccardo Tedesco, Advisory ESG Product Specialist, Nordea Investment Funds

Servio Vergalli, Programme Director MET, FEEM

 

Spatial Environmental and Resource Economics

Although the spatial dimension is embedded in the vast majority of issues studied by environmental and resource economics, its incorporation into economic models – especially in the form of explicit introduction of a spatial transport mechanism – is not widespread. As a result, important aspects of these issues may not be accounted for, which could lead to regulatory inefficiencies.

 

Prof. Anastasios Xepapadeas (University of Athens and University of Bologna) delivered a lecture on the major spatial transport mechanisms, along with the methods to incorporate them into forward-looking optimizing economic models. Prof. Massimiliano Mazzanti (University of Ferrara) intervened during the event and the discussion was moderated by Riccardo Spani (FEEM).

 

The event was organised by the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) in collaboration with the Italian Forum for Sustainable Finance (ItaSIF) and Nedcommunity and as part of the project DeRisk-CO.

Comprendere il rapporto tra la performance ESG delle imprese e la performance finanziaria

La mancanza di un consenso generale sul rapporto tra le performance ambientali (CEP) e le performance finanziarie (CFP) delle aziende, oltre che di un accordo sul quadro teorico che spieghi i risultati contraddittori emersi nel tempo, possono generare una situazione di scarsa chiarezza tra gli operatori.

I modelli lineari, che hanno dominato il dibattito scientifico, son stati affiancati ultimamente da modelli non lineari, che offrono una nuova prospettiva sulla relazione tra CEP e CFP. I professori Trumpp e Günther hanno identificato una relazione tra performance del carbonio e redditività, e tra intensità dei rifiuti e redditività.
Questo webinar aveva lo scopo di far luce sulle ragioni di una tale eterogeneità dei risultati della ricerca e di approfondire i risultati del lavoro, offrendo un nuovo punto di vista sull’argomento.

 

Hanno partecipato: Thomas Günther (Technische Universität Dresden), Dr. Manuela Mazzoleni (Assogestioni) e Riccardo Cristopher Spani (FEEM).

 

L’evento, organizzato da Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) in collaborazione con il Forum per la Finanza Sostenibile e con NedCommunity, era inserito nell’ambito del progetto DeRisk-CO, che mira a stimolare il dibattito sui rischi e sulle opportunità legati al clima e sul loro impatto in termini di performance finanziaria per le imprese.

Le linee guida UE per la disclosure sul clima

Lunedì 9 settembre alle 15.00 si è tenuto il webinar organizzato da FEEM in collaborazione con il Forum per la Finanza Sostenibile e con NedCommunity.

L’evento ha visto la partecipazione di Ugo Bassi, Direttore di DG FISMA (Commissione Europea), di Sabrina Bruno, docente presso le Università della Calabria e LUISS Guido Carli di Roma, e di Thomas Dodd, Policy Officer di DG FISMA; è stato presentato da Riccardo Spani, ricercatore presso FEEM.
Nel corso del webinar sono stati approfonditi numerosi temi legati alle nuove linee guida della Commissione Europea sulla rendicontazione (“disclosure”) delle informazioni sul clima da parte delle aziende, tra cui politiche e processi di valutazione (“due diligence”), identificazione dei rischi e degli indicatori sulle performance (“Key Performance Indicators” o “KPI”).

L’appuntamento fa parte del progetto DeRisk-CO di FEEM, che mira a stimolare il dibattito sui rischi e sulle opportunità legati al clima e sul loro impatto in termini di performance finanziaria per le imprese.
Maggiori dettagli sui contenuti sono disponibili a questo link.

Il webinar si è tenuto in inglese.

La valutazione dell’impatto climatico sulle aziende

Mercoledì 10 luglio alle 11.00 si è tenuto il webinar “Carbon Tracker Well below 2˚C Compliant Scenario Analysis Tool: Instructions for Use” organizzato da FEEM in collaborazione con il Forum per la Finanza Sostenibile e con Nedcommunity.

L’appuntamento ha approfondito metodologie, metriche e target per la valutazione dei rischi e delle opportunità del cambiamento climatico per le aziende; nel corso del webinar è stato presentato lo strumento sviluppato a tale scopo da Carbon Tracker, think-tank specializzato nell’analisi degli impatti della transizione energetica sui mercati finanziari.

 

Il webinar si è tenuto in inglese.

Maggiori dettagli sui contenuti e sull’agenda sono disponibili a questa pagina.

Methodologies and tools to evaluate the financial impact of climate-related risks and opportunities

As the demand for disclosure of climate related risks and opportunities scales up in the financial sector, firms are responding by implementing reporting frameworks following guidelines like the Recommendations set out by the Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).

To improve the quality and transparency of climate information sought by investors, firms are looking for effective methodologies to improve their evaluation of the financial impacts of climate change in the medium/long run. Think-tanks and research centres have already begun elaborating and testing systems to reach these objectives, particularly for what concerns the energy transition risks and the physical risks related to climate change.

 

Through the participation of high-level international experts, the workshop presented some of the most interesting instruments and methods in this field. The workshop also presented the British approach to implementing the Recommendations of the TCFD within the national disclosure guidelines, with the purpose of representing a valuable lesson for the Italian firms. The final session discussed the role of the information that results from these tools for firms and investors.

 

The DERISK-CO PROJECT, developed at FEEM, aims at mapping and evaluating such methodologies, so as to stimulate a scientifically founded debate on the relevance of disclosing climate information, and to give valuable insights for Italian businesses.

 

In collaboration with: Forum per la Finanza Sostenibile.

With the support of: Assicurazioni Generali, Cattolica Assicurazioni, Saipem and Utilitalia.

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The final session discussed the role of the information that results from these tools for firms and investors.   The DERISK-CO PROJECT, developed at FEEM, aims at mapping and evaluating such methodologies, so as to stimulate a scientifically founded debate on the relevance of disclosing climate information, and to give valuable insights for Italian businesses.   In collaboration with: Forum per la Finanza Sostenibile. With the support of: Assicurazioni Generali, Cattolica Assicurazioni, Saipem and Utilitalia. 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