Data Package

Climate Economics™

SpatiaFi summarizes Climate Risk data for geographic regions to help analysts and decision-makers assess and forecast the performance of companies, industries, and overall market conditions.


Climate Economics™ data can play an innovative role in financial analysis by revealing insights between climate conditions and economic activities. There are several ways climate data can relate to economic analysis and decision-making:

Macroeconomic Analysis: Examine macroeconomic indicators such as GDP growth, inflation rates, interest rates and unemployment rates alongside climate summaries to better understand the overall health and trends of the economy.

Industry Analysis: Discover new insights by relating climate data to industry-specific indicators such as production levels, capacity utilization, consumer spending and retail sales.

Company Research: Utilize economic data alongside climate data to better evaluate the financial health and performance of individual companies.

Risk assessment and management: Businesses, governments and organizations can use this data to develop strategies to mitigate risks, adapt operations and allocate resources efficiently.

Infrastructure planning and investment: This data assists in planning and investing for infrastructure projects and helps policymakers and investors make informed decisions regarding the design, location and durability of infrastructure.

Global Macro Research
Forecast and analyze sovereign climate trends
Portfolio Management
Maximize returns and manage climate risk
Investment Banking
Perform climate-based market analysis
Quantitative Analysis
Develop investment strategies using climate data


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Regional summaries by Country, and by Postal Code for the United States and Canada, are delivered statically and dynamically based on Climate Risk against Drought, Fire, Flood, Temperature, Precipitation, and Wind.


Countries as well as Zip Codes for the United States and Canada are summarized by Climate Risk on an annual and monthly basis.