Read our latest insights and analysis on the key trends in climate globally
ASEAN's growth dynamics and fossil fuel intensity increase carbon transition hurdles, although regional efforts on green finance will reduce capital constraints over time.
Latin America and the Caribbean face multiple, increasingly frequent risks from a changing climate.
Physical climate risk has a range of credit implications for global markets, according to a this report from Moody’s Investor Service.
With some 30 years passed since Hurricane Andrew made landfall as a Category 5 storm, what can we say has changed? What has gotten better, and what has gotten worse?
Governance, business profile and time horizon can mitigate risks for some corporates highly exposed to carbon transition and physical climate risksview INFOGRAPHIC
Southern and Central Eastern Europe regional and local governments (RLGs) face high exposures, mainly from the compound effects of water and heat stress. Rated RLGs, mainly in Western Europe, have low sensitivity to physical climate risks and are implementing specific actions to boost their resilienceview INFOGRAPHIC
Higher prices and strong capital counter negative effects over next 12-18 monthsview INFOGRAPHIC
Environmental risks include emissions standards and climate exposure that pose asset value risk to transactions' underlying collateral. For social risk, consumer preference and regulatory scrutiny are key issues. Governance risk encompasses compliance with and interpretation of transaction documents.view INFOGRAPHIC