Oliver Marchand is Head of Climate Risk Research at MSCI and is based in Zurich. His team is responsible for building the climate risk models for the MSCI climate metrics. Previously, Oliver was CEO and co-founder of Carbon Delta, a global leader in climate change scenario analysis, which was acquired by MSCI in October 2019. Oliver holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).
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Articles by Oliver Marchand
Capital for Climate Action Conference: Key Takeaways7 mins read Blog | May 22, 2023 |
MSCI’s Capital for Climate Action Conference brought together leaders from a diverse group of global organizations to untangle the latest developments in the net-zero transition. Here are some of the biggest takeaways.
On Climate Change, We Got 99 Solutions; Gotta Try Every OnePodcast | Apr 20, 2023 |
The news on our progress toward climate change and biodiversity goals was not great as Earth Day 2023 approached. But there were some bright spots, including detailed proposals to move forward, increased attention from governments in the form of regulation and a growing awareness from investors that accounting for these issues may be the right thing to do for their portfolios.
What COP27 Means for Companies and Investors9 mins read Blog | Nov 21, 2022 |
COP27 underscored the need for action on corporate climate pledges, the importance of data and a series of initiatives to spur public and private investment for developing countries. We review some of the key developments for companies and investors.
Carbon Footprinting’s Giant Step ForwardPodcast | Jun 30, 2022 |
The world of climate emissions’ measurement and reporting continues to be a moving target, and institutional investors face a number of obstacles. We explore these challenges, the important role of regulation and the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF) standard.
Who is Feeling the Heat After COP26?Podcast | Nov 25, 2021 |
What was accomplished in Glasgow, and what does it mean for governments, companies and investors? Head of Climate Risk Research, Oliver Marchand, evaluates what happened and what may come next.
Will coronavirus reduce emissions long term?Blog | Apr 3, 2020 |
Has COVID-19 affected carbon emissions? Using satellite imagery from NASA and the European Space Agency, we examined the empirical data so far to understand the potential impact, and if there may be a decline in global greenhouse-gas emissions in 2020.