Mott MacDonald launches infrastructure risk

Mott MacDonald and the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment (CCRI) have launched a tool that enables asset owners and investors to accurately understand the exposure of critical infrastructure to climate risks.

Developed to address the massive resilience gap in financing, the Physical Climate Risk Assessment Methodology (PCRAM) is a global practitioner’s guide that supplies the practical tools to identify and assess the resilience of infrastructure assets. PCRAM also demonstrates the positive returns from investment in climate resilient assets that are essential to incentivise and scale up private sector engagement.

Designed to enhance the financial valuation of investments, instead of minimising losses, PCRAM uses methodology that gives infrastructure owners and operators the means to evaluate physical climate risks to infrastructure and analyse their long-term impact on asset performance. his capability ensures climate risk assessment is integral to adapting infrastructure assets, from asset design and through the entire life cycle of the project, leading to significant reductions in the cost of future climate adaptation measures and improvement in the quality of revenue streams.

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