Attributing harmful practices to the companies responsible in a way that can affect financial markets requires:

1) spatially and temporally detecting where and when such practices took place;

2) attributing events to the companies responsible;

3) quantifying emissions’ impact on climate, ecosystem services and public health; and

4) reporting data to investors and traders in a format that is timely and actionable.


Our Mission

Deliver actionable environmental risk data as signals for algorithmic trading systems, human traders and investors – in near real time before it is generally known – in a format that seamlessly integrates with your workflow

Making real-time environmental risk data readily available to climate-agnostic traders – both automated and human – could shift financial market sentiment against behavior deleterious to climate stability.
— Geofinancial Engineering Initiative, The Journal of Environmental Investing