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XDI Benchmark Series
The XDI 1000 is the first release in the XDI Benchmark Series, a series of data sets providing insights into physical climate risk of selected samples of companies worldwide to be published throughout 2022.
The XDI 1000 is an independent analysis of the physical climate risk to more than 1,300 listed companies drawn from eight major stock exchanges. This data set provides a like for like comparison between companies by ranking against three key metrics, using a single, consistent methodology and enabling investors to compare and contrast the current and projected impacts of physical climate risk to owned and leased operational assets world wide.
Ranking from 1 to 1000 with 1 being the highest risk.
Search by company name or sort by metric by clicking on column header.
Ex financials: The XDI 1000 presents data on the physical climate risk to owned and leased operational assets of the companies listed. XDI works extensively with the financial sector to quantify the financial risks of of climate change however inclusion of financial assets is outside the scope of this analysis.
The XDI 1000 does not provide complete coverage of each index, but has sufficient representation to enable insights. Some companies have been excluded from this sample for reasons relating to results integrity. See ‘Sample Selection” in technical specifications below.
XDI 1000 companies, per index, over time
The graph below plots all companies in the eight indices over time. Press play to animate, or select or deselect indices by clicking on the legend.
Company Level Insights and Multiple Company Data
Intelligence on your investments
The analysis underpinning XDI 1000 data set is based on our Company Intelligence analysis for investors. Investors with a portfolio of equities can now obtain intelligence on the climate resilience of any number of companies world wide for due diligence, investment decision making, or to compile risk ratings.