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Nature Risk has never been more important.

$44tn (52%) of the world economy has either a high (15% of global GDP) or moderate (37% of global GDP) dependency on nature

(Source: World Economic Forum, Nature Risk Rising, Jan 2020)

Our platform is a powerful tool for banks, asset managers, and other financial institutions with commercial portfolios who want to assess the environmental impact of their investments and loans. NatuRisk is designed to help banks comply with emerging environmental regulations and support sustainable finance initiatives.

Our team of experts includes environmental data scientists, banking data specialists, and regulatory reporting professionals, bringing together a wealth of experience and knowledge. We are committed to providing you with the most accurate and up-to-date information to help you make informed decisions about your lending portfolio.

Our platform provides portfolio-level dashboards and reporting, enabling you to understand the biodiversity impact of your portfolio. With the emergence of new environmental regulations, NatuRisk is an essential tool for organisations that are serious about sustainable finance.

NatuRisk has been designed with ease of use in mind. With a user-friendly interface, the tool is intuitive and straightforward, making it easy for users to navigate and complete their reporting requirements. Portfolio data can be uploaded using standard file formats such as CSV, XML or JSON, and the tool guides users through the reporting process step-by-step. With NatuRisk, completing Nature Related Financial Disclosures has never been easier.

Get started with NatuRisk today and make an impact for a better tomorrow.

In December 2022, 195 governments signed the Kunming-Montreal declaration which included 23 targets on biodiversity. Target 15 requires them to:

“Take legal, administrative or policy measures to encourage and enable business, and in particular to ensure that large and transnational companies and financial institutions:

(a) Regularly monitor, assess, and transparently disclose their risks, dependencies and impacts on biodiversity including with requirements for all large as well as transnational companies and financial institutions along their operations, supply and value chains and portfolios;

(b) Provide information needed to consumers to promote sustainable consumption patterns;

(c) Report on compliance with access and benefit-sharing regulations and measures, as applicable;

in order to progressively reduce negative impacts on biodiversity, increase positive impacts, reduce biodiversity-related risks to business and financial institutions, and promote actions to ensure sustainable patterns of production.”

NatuRisk supports the TNFD LEAP methodology

It can help banks complete the following steps:

  • L2 Biome Identification
  • L3 Priority Location Identification
  • L4 Sector Identification
  • E2 Identification of Dependencies and Impacts
  • E3 Dependency Analysis
  • E4 Impact Analysis
  • A4 Materiality Assessment

NatuRisk combines science-based sector dependency models, including those from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)’s ENCORE, with models built on geospatial data such as Copernicus/Sentinel to model both the impact of the various economic activities of customers in a commercial portfolio on Nature, and the value of Nature at risk at their operating locations to provide powerful insights into both the levels of Nature Risk an organisation is exposed to and the drivers for it.