NatureAlpha has launched a ground-breaking suite of tools to help investors navigate the complex landscape of biodiversity and nature risks. With the launch of its new TNFD core metrics Module and Biodiversity Value at Risk (Biodiversity VaR) metric, investors now have powerful tools at their disposal to gain critical insights into the environmental risks and opportunities embedded within their portfolios.
NatureAlpha's Nature and Biodiversity Analytical framework focuses on four key dimensions: minimizing transition risk, measuring impacts and dependencies, reducing physical risk, and ensuring alignment with nature-positive pathways. These dimensions encompass various data metrics and models, from fundamental footprint data to advanced scenario analysis.
Biodiversity Value at Risk
Biodiversity VaR is a groundbreaking quantitative model, providing forward-looking valuations to gauge biodiversity-related risks and opportunities in investment portfolios. It sheds light on how biodiversity and nature loss may impact company valuations, using scenarios sourced from recommended scientific authorities combined with biodiversity intactness, transition scenarios recommended by the Taskforce for Nature-Related Financial Disclosures, and materiality models extracted from the scientific literature. Additionally, geospatially generated specific data is integrated to offer company-specific insights.
NatureAlpha now offers over 135 nature and biodiversity metrics, enabling clients to align with TNFD, understand biodiversity risks, and engage effectively with global biodiversity goals.