MSCI in Practice: Implied Temperature Rise Workshop
Calculating the temperature rise of companies and funds
Launched in September, the MSCI Implied Temperature Rise is designed to show the alignment of companies and funds with global climate targets. The forward-looking estimate analyses information available today on a company’s future emissions and expresses it in terms of warming (in centigrade °C) by 2100 relative to the pre-industrial global average. The measure, which is designed to support reporting for the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), aims to help companies and investors set decarbonization targets and support engagement on climate risk.
Watch MSCI's practical workshop which reviews the Implied Temperature Rise methodology at the company and fund-level and examine some of the common applications and use cases.
- What is the MSCI Implied Temperature Rise?
- How to calculate the Implied Temperature Rise of a company
- How to calculate the Implied Temperature Rise of a fund
- ITR use cases: reporting, portfolio construction, engagement, benchmarking and target setting
Dec 14, 2021
9:00 a.m. EST New York
2:00 p.m. GMT London
3:00 p.m. CET Paris
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