Projects
Funded by: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei
March 2016 / December 2021

Disclosure, Measurement, Management and Mitigation of Climate Change Risk for Companies (DeRisk-CO)


DeRisk-CO is a research and outreach project seeking to engage firms in climate disclosure issues. In particular, DeRisk-CO intends to raise firms’ and financial operators’ awareness on climate-related risks and opportunities and their financial impact, contribute to the scientific debate on this matter, and monitor the evolution of the scenario analysis tools and methodologies.

DeRisk-CO’s activities focus on four main themes – governance, strategy, risk management, metrics and targets – included in the Recommendations set by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD, June 2017), restated by the European Commission in “Guidelines on non-financial reporting” (2017/C 215/01) related to the 2014/95/EU Directive, and integrated by the update of the Non-Binding Guidelines on Non-Financial (June 2019). In this framework, the project engages the relevant stakeholders and organises events to discuss on the best practices to integrate climate-related risks and opportunities assessment and management into their internal decision processes.

In collaboration with: A2A S.p.A., Acea S.p.A., ANRA, Assicurazioni Generali, Barilla G. & R. F.lli, Edison Spa, ERG, Hera S.p.A., Iren Spa, La Doria S.p.A., Pirelli & C. S.p.A., Prysmian S.p.A., SAIPEM SPA, Sorgenia Spa, Telecom Italia S.p.A., Terna S.p.A, Unipol Gruppo, Utilitalia.



Main Results and Outputs
  • Analysis of the relationship between firms’ environmental and financial performance;
  • Evaluation of the tools and the approaches developed for the financial assessment of physical and transition risks under the scenario analysis perspective;
  • Analysis and monitoring of the European regulatory context.
Project team

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