Your climate change adaptation strategy depends on your climate resilience

Climate change is at the heart of successive crises and societal changes that jeopardize the business model of companies.

Economic activities, which are both the cause and the collateral victims, are nevertheless essential to the stability of our civilization.

Our purpose: to anticipate the consequences of a +2°C world on your business to enable you to conduct your sustainability strategy and manage your risk related to the physical impact of the climate.

Companies face many challenges related to climate change


Resource pressures, rising energy prices and taxes


Evolution of purchase intention for certain products and services


Right to practice in danger due to regulations and image

It is about time to integrate climate data into your management to adapt to the now inevitable changes.

According to the International Energy Agency , €4,200 billion in assets are at risk due to climate change. This is why many guidance frameworks and regulations encourage companies to manage and report on their climate-related financial risks.

However, even aware of their weather-sensitivity, companies lack the tools to adapt IPCC climate scenarios to their areas of activity, quantify the impact of the climate on their profitability and image, or deploy solutions to improve their resilience. Similarly, the gain in climate resilience provided by their climate action plan remains difficult to assess without appropriate expertise.

What if you transformed weather, climate and IPCC data into business information to integrate it into your management, and thus improve your sustainability strategy while meeting your ESG reporting requirements (TCFD, CDP, SFDR, etc.)?

Welcome to the future of the economy

1% for the planet

Climate resilience is everyone's business.

Metigate is committed to the 1% for the planet movement and donates 1% of its turnover each year to associations dedicated to the fight against climate change.

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