Climate Change Services for Business

Anthesis helps companies derive commercial benefit from sustainability.  

Business (not) as usual

We know that business is directly exposed to the impacts of our changing climate.

 

We also understand that with public resources limited, business is increasingly expected to be a driving force in confronting climate change and that capital investors will play a vital part. 

Ensuring efficient capital allocation 

By using our evaluation and quantification of the impacts of climate change, businesses can be confident that their capital allocation strategies will remain efficient. Our expertise helps businesses to: 

  • Optimize costs for asset operation, maintenance and insurance. 
  • Ensure the continuity of supply chains and wider value chains. 
  • Maximize revenue potential through new business models. 
  • Attract capital and reassurinvestors. 
  • Position for and respond to regulation. 
  • Report via the climate disclosure project and all appropriate channels based on the specifics. 

Our Services

Engagement

Educate colleagues on climate disclosure and what it means for your business.

Mapping

Build an understanding of climate-related risks and opportunities that may impact your business or portfolio. 

Scenario modelling

Understand how the scale of risks, opportunities and value-at-stake differ across the value chain and multiple scenarios to ensure your strategy is ‘future-fit’.

Strategy development

Better manage your long-term climate risk – define a business case and design and deploy risk management strategies for change or investment.

Reporting

Prepare disclosures for investors, the climate disclosure project and annual reports.

Programs

Provide advice on financing, capacity-building and decision-making processes.

How Can We Help You Move the Dial? 

Anthesis supports businesses and investors in using climate information more effectively to make investment decisions and manage portfolios.

We help private companies and public bodies with both their climate impact reporting and delivery plans. Whether via the climate disclosure project, DJSI and GRI frameworks or in direct response to the recommendations from the Task Force for Climate Related Disclosures (TCFD), released in 2017.

Our approach

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Case study

We supported a global food commodity trader in identifying risks and opportunities arising from the impacts of climate change.

Wprovided the company’s risk and trading function with a clear understanding of climate change risks and opportunities that were aligned to the recommendations of the Task Force for Climate Related Disclosures. We also helped them to make improved and more resilient commercial decisions based on our findings. 

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Ten years to act

The message from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is clear and  unequivocal  we must rapidly decarbonize the global economy to limit  rising temperatures and avoid the worst impacts of climate change. 

The next ten years will be crucial. Holding the world to a temperature increase of 1.5°C is still technically possible, but it requires us to accelerate our efforts, cutting global  carbon emissions by 45% from 2010 levels by 2030 and reaching net zero emissions by 2050. 

Businesses and investor will play a critical role.