Climanomics® enables climate-risk reporting consistent with the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures framework. The platform furnishes asset- or portfolio-level analysis for physical and transition risk under multiple scenarios for timeframes up to 80 years. Enhanced features include improved risk models to project the costs of transitioning to a low-carbon economy, incorporation of more physical hazards such as tropical cyclones and riverine flooding, and more granular impact pathways analysis, helping users better understand all the ways that climate risks threaten their property. Climanomics® is available to federal customers through LMI’s exclusive partnership with TCS.
“Offering unparalleled speed, increased interoperability, and enhanced analysis, the Climanomics® platform gives users a comprehensive and decision-useful understanding of their climate risk,” said TCS chief operating officer Joseph Lake. “Working alongside LMI’s experts, we are thrilled to give federal agencies the analysis and subject matter expertise they need to craft and implement effective mitigation strategies.”
Climate-related risks have exacted an immense fiscal and operational toll on DoD installations in recent years. In 2018, hurricanes Florence and Michael each resulted in estimated damages of at least $3 billion at Camp Lejeune and associated Marine Corps facilities in North Carolina and Tyndall AFB in Florida, respectively, according to a March 2019 report by the Government Accountability Office.
Kelli is a LEED Green Associate consultant and certified project management professional focused on sustainable design, operation, and management of federal facilities, including climate change adaptation and risk management.