EU-Taxonomy Report

  • Available for any location worldwide
  • Location-specific analysis
  • Report with more than 60 pages, in PDF format
  • Designed to fulfil the requirements in the EU-Taxonomy
  • 29 climate dimensions (temperature, precipitation, flood, wildfire, etc.)
  • All common RCP and SSP scenarios
  • Reference period: 2011-2030
  • Selectable future period (between 2030 and 2100)
  • 5% of the revenue will be reinvested in climate change adaptation projects

The “EU-Taxonomy Report" is optimised for requirements of the EU-Taxonomy reporting and includes all common RCP and SSP scenarios, and quantitatively estimates the uncertainties in these scenarios.

The EU-Taxonomy regulation describes a framework classifying “green” or “sustainable” economic activities executed in the EU. The goal is to create a clear framework for the concept of sustainability, defining to which extent a company or enterprise is operating sustainably and in an environmentally friendly manner.

Climate dimensions within the EU-Taxonomy are separated into chronic and acute climate-related risks and associated to temperature, wind, water or solid mass.

To obtain your own EU-Taxonomy local climate risk assessment report, please contact us and tell us the location and further specifications in which you are interested in. We also provide example reports on requests.


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