Gillian is a member of the ESG Models and Research team. In this role, she conducts ESG research and product development focusing on climate-related risks. Previously, Gillian was a geospatial analyst for the Nature Conservancy, a global nonprofit land-conservation organization. Gillian received a master’s degree in sustainability management from Columbia University and a B.A. in environmental science from Barnard College.
Research and Insights
Articles by Gillian Mollod
Location Matters: Using Geospatial Analysis to Assess Biodiversity Risks5 mins read Blog | May 10, 2022 |
A quarter of animal and plant species could face extinction heightening economic risks from biodiversity loss. Investors and issuers focusing on asset location and dedicated risk management practices could mitigate some of these challenges.
Mining’s Impact on Biodiversity: A Rising Risk?6 mins read Blog | Jun 9, 2021 |
Will biodiversity losses become the next crisis facing humanity, possibly surpassing climate change? Growing scrutiny on biodiversity risks could have implications for mines that threaten biodiversity or environments of high conservation value.
Underwater assets? Real estate exposure to flood riskBlog | Sep 17, 2019 |
Real estate investors are buying and leasing assets that might be jeopardized by a climate-changed world. A new analysis can help investors identify high-risk U.K. locations.