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Climate-Proof Your Supply Chain

Identify business interruption probabilities and screen your main logistic hubs for the impacts of climate-related hazards

Price Climate Risk for Any of Your Production Facilities and Logistic Hubs in the World 

Moreover, know exactly where to avoid the risks and identify opportunities.

Highly granular, asset-level climate risk analytics is critical for climate resilience planning, as it provides a detailed understanding of the potential risks and impacts of climate change, such as rainfall floods, river floods and typhoons, which have already been disrupting supply chains worldwide.


Scope 3 Physical Risk and Resilience

Unlike existing solutions, our platform focuses on the physical risks associated with climate change. Understand the vulnerabilities within your extended supply chain and take proactive measures to build resilience. 

In-Depth Hydrology Modelling

Rainfall and River Floods are among the most material hazards affecting supply chains. Data on these hazards is often overlooked, and we at Intensel precisely assess and quantify their impact and provide further mapping of surrounding areas for assets at greatest risk.

Regulatory Compliance &
Sustainability Reporting

Gain valuable insights and mitigate the potential climate-related supply chain disruptions, providing your stakeholders with valuable insights into your company's sustainability strategy and proactive mitigation strategies.

Dollar Value
for Climate Risk

Quantify financial impacts of chronic and acute hazard exposures, and make well informed decisions on resource allocation and resilience planning. 

Intensel Climate Risk Analytics Use Cases

Hazard severities can be analysed for buildings (e.g. manufacturing or storage facilities) and routes (shipping lanes, railways etc), while our comprehensive analytics and Climate Value-at-Risk (CVaR) tool can provide you with quantified risks and actionable insights into how changing climate conditions may impact your individual assets. 

Supply Chain Asset Risk Analysis on Multinational Brands


1. Unknown exposure and risk levels of climate-related hazards at apparel and footwear facilities supplying to multinational brands.

2. Downstream impacts like business interruption and downtimes on the supply chain.


1. Risk analysis conducted across 100+ facilities in Vietnam.

2. Facilities mapped and classified according to their climate risk scores and exposure to hazards, particularly floods.


1. Differential exposure among facilities to the two most material hazards: rainfall & river floods.

2. Rainfall & river floods may cause first order business interruption of 3 days, >1 month of disruption with inclusion of repair and restoration (SSP 5-8.5 2050).

3. Further mapping of surrounding areas for assets at greatest risk. 

Our Clients Using
the Supply Chain Solution


"Intensel was a critical partner in helping us assess the dollar value risk of damage to the hard assets and associated operational loss in our portfolio due to climate change-related events. Intensel’s digital climate risk platform and underlying climate data analytics was essential for us to estimate climate-related risks and disclose the relevant data within our portfolios.
Besides being very comprehensive in terms of climate risk analytics, Intensel’s data are also very granular and the platform is easy to use. The tool not only helps us disclose in line with TCFD requirements but also supports us in term of risk management."

- Chris Ritchie
President, Silvercrest Metals

Our Data and Models

Intensel’s proprietary climate analytics provides portfolio and asset-level analysis to enable climate-informed risk mitigation and capital allocation decisions.


Applying dynamic climate modelling, we incorporate future climate scenarios over multiple time horizons to understand acute and chronic hazard exposure. This is layered with socio-economic data to model asset vulnerabilities and then converted into financial value-at-risk (VaR).

Data Sources

Building Specific Data

Satellite Imagery
Building height, terrain footprint etc

Mitigation Level Data

Flood Mitigation
Storm Surge Structure

Infrastructure Type Data

LULC (Land Cover Use)

Socio-Economic Data

Observed Losses

Nature Hazards Covered

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Climate Analytics at Your Fingertips

As businesses, investors and governments explore the transition to a net-zero world, Intensel is committed to creating climate solutions to support real time, accurate decision making.

Climate Risk


Climate risk related metrics, aligned with TCFD, ISSB & ESRS/CSRD frameworks:

  • Climate Value-at-Risk

  • Climate Score

  • Number of days of business interruption

  • Technical Insurance Premium

  • Climate Spread

  • Number and % of assets exposed to >80% of losses

  • Multiple time horizons (2020- 2100)

  • Multiple IPCC climate scenarios

  • Coverage of 10 acute and chronic physical risks

Risk Assesment & Management

Climate Value-at-Risk
  • Potential climate-related portfolio losses
  • Potential climate-related losses at the  company and asset level
  • Climate credit spread estimation at the portfolio and company level
Stress Test Scenarios
  • Predictive analysis
  • RCP & SSP climate scenarios
  • Return period risk
  • Dollar loss exposure


Climate-related risks are becoming an increasingly important part of the due diligence process.

Intensel digital platform provides:
  • Credible screening for key risks in existing and potential investments
  • Valuable insights into the potential financial liabilities associated with climate-related risks

Supply Chain Risk Management

  • Identification and anticipation of acute and chronic physical climate events that could disrupt your supply chains
  • Climate-related risks mitigation
  • Ensuring business continuity, such as diversifying supply sources, strengthening relationships with suppliers, and adopting more sustainable practices

Resilience Planning

Understanding of the potential risks and impacts of climate change on assets, critical facilities, and infrastructure, crucial to the development of mitigation strategies:
  • Emergency response plans
  • Adaptation measures
  • Long-term investments in infrastructure and building resilience

Speak with one of our experts today

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