Methodology & Supporting Materials
The PACTA for Investors Methodology allows users to perform climate scenario analysis on investment portfolios.
PACTA compares what needs to happen in sectoral decarbonization pathways, here referred to as “climate scenarios”, with financial actors’ exposures to companies in climate-relevant sectors. PACTA provides a five-year forward-looking, bottom-up analysis. It looks at the investment and production plans of companies, which are in turn based on physical asset-based company-level data, and consolidates that information to identify the energy transition profile of the companies and their related financial instruments. This information is aggregated at the portfolio level and compared to the production plans projected in different climate scenarios. The (mis-) alignment between the portfolio and these scenarios allows users to infer on the potential exposure to transition risks and opportunities.
Please refer to the PACTA for Investors methodology document for more detailed information about the rationale behind the assessment.
Users wishing to provide feedback about the methodology or the tool, are encouraged to contact RMI via email@example.com
PACTA for Investors Methodology Document
P4I Scenario Supporting Document
Guide No.1: P4I Portfolio Data Preparation and Report Generation
For more information about the PACTA methodology please refer to the Knowledge Hub.
This project is supported by the International Climate Initiative (IKI). The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) supports this initiative on the basis of a decision adopted by the German Bundestag. The views expressed here are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funders.