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Climate Engine works across a broad range of domains to support public and private sector organizations meet their mandates across sectors.

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We provide services and support to organizations to help them derive benefits from bringing Earth observation data products and analytics into operational systems.

We provide services and support to organizations to help them derive benefits from bringing Earth observation data products and analytics into decision making contexts.

Climate Engine works across the following domains:

Agriculture

Improve yields, more efficiently manage water, and better predict and model agriculture outputs by combining spaceborne data sources and land sensor measurements.

 

 

Finance & Economics

De-risk portfolios by identifying and predicting the economic consequences of physical climate impacts using Earth observations for near-term and long-term forecasts.

 

 

Supply Chain & Consumer Goods

Manage supply chains and improve sustainability using Earth analytics to monitor climate risks to manufacturing inputs like water and natural resources as well as transportation networks. 

 

 

Professional Services

The planet is rapidly changing and so are the needs of clients for professional services. Deliver transformational insights to them using the power of our science and technology.

 

 

Infrastructure and Transportation

Build awareness and resilience to critical infrastructure using real-time monitoring tools to better manage operations against flood, drought, wildfire.

 

 

Public Sector

Improve delivery on key sustainability, health, and environmental mandates; understand risks to critical infrastructure and assets; prepare for a climate resilient future.

 

 

Agriculture

Improve yields, more efficiently manage water, and better predict and model agriculture outputs by combining spaceborne data sources and land sensor measurements.

 

 

Demands on our agricultural systems are continually increasing to meet the needs of a growing world population and changing dietary habits. At the same time, agriculture is increasingly at risk to severe drought and changing climatic patterns.

Earth observation can support growers, supply chain managers, and policy makers by providing data for better water management and tools for predicting crop yields at field, national and global scales.

Finance & Economics

De-risk portfolios by identifying and predicting the economic consequences of physical climate impacts using Earth observations for near-term and long-term forecasts.

 

 

Physical climate risks are a major challenge for financial institutions, and their impacts are accelerating. Physical climate risks are also becoming a sovereign credit risk as extreme weather threatens core infrastructures and economic outputs.

Earth observation data can provide value to financial institutions in a number of ways. EO data can provide greater transparency into ESGs through better monitoring and evaluation. It can help financial institutions understand physical risks and opportunities. This data can also help de-risk portfolios threatened by extreme events such as flood, wildfire, and drought.

Supply Chain & Consumer Goods

Manage supply chains and improve sustainability using Earth analytics to monitor climate risks to manufacturing inputs like water and natural resources as well as transportation networks. 

 

 

Climate change is impacting the retail and manufacturing sectors in ways never experienced before. Historic droughts, increasing wildfire risk, and extremes in temperature and precipitation are changing the way consumers shop and how goods are made and delivered. Supply chains and their resulting economic impacts have never been as vulnerable as they are today.

Insights derived from satellites help companies better track their supply chains, understand risks to their transportation networks, and track changes to consumer needs and demands.

Professional Services

The planet is rapidly changing and so are the needs of clients for professional services. Deliver transformational insights to them using the power of our science and technology.

 

 

Business leaders across the globe are searching for new ways to understand and manage climate change. Sovereign governments are establishing reporting standards for climate risk, investors are seeking new alpha investment opportunities, and businesses are exploring solutions to better manage risk and supply chains. Our data can help enable all of it.

We collaborate with professional services companies to help them meet their client’s journey on building operational resilience to climate change by leveraging the world’s best available Earth insights.

Infrastructure and Transportation

Build awareness and resilience to critical infrastructure using real-time monitoring tools to better manage operations against flood, drought, wildfire.

 

 

When the manufacturing of goods are impacted, the entire supply chain of operations and economics systems are affected. The same goes for the shipping of goods. Companies are finding innovative ways to use satellite and climate data to manage their business operations and to understand their resilience to climate change. In doing so, they can manage their operations today to help save their business from the climate of the future.

We work with transportation, logistics and infrastructure companies to deliver tailored solutions by integrating climate extreme data and forecasts into their operations to help them better manage their risks.

Public Sector

Improve delivery on key sustainability, health, and environmental mandates; understand risks to critical infrastructure and assets; prepare for a climate resilient future.

 

 

The public sector is faced with many challenges when it comes to climate change and sustainability. Climate impacts are already being felt around the world and will increase in severity. The public sector must manage the risks associated with climate change to both the people they are mandated to protect and the economies they are mandated to sustain. Climate impacts will continue for decades as a result of historical and ongoing greenhouse gas emissions. As such, the public sector must understand, assess and manage climate-related risks while also increasing capacity to prepare for and adapt to a changing climate.

Climate Engine provides data, analytics and monitoring systems to help the public sector deliver on their mandates to reduce climate risks and improve environmental sustainability with a focus on how physical hazards impacts key economic sectors.

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