Spatial Risk Systems: Spatial Risk Factors – (Demo/Sample)
Location based Risk Scores - Quantifies Real-World Impact on Assets, Municipalities and Organizations.
Spatial Risk Scores are designed to measure risk at the location level. The SRS Risk Scores are calculated at the census tract, county, and postal code levels, or on a user-defined geographic area.
Spatial Risk Scores measure the exposure to location-specific factors that have a long-term effect on asset value, environmental impact, operational effectiveness, and social sustainability.
Carbon Transition Scores are based on Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon emission estimates and measure the social cost of carbon dioxide emissions. Carbon Transition Scores are available at the Census Tract, City, County, and School District levels.
Scope 1 (direct) emissions are a direct product of entity activities such as energy generated by burning fossil or other organic fuel, fuels used for transportation, cement production, etc.
Scope 2 emissions (indirect) are the result of the energy consumption, heating and cooling, food preparation and other needs.
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About the Provider:
SRS is an innovative data and analytics company that has engineered the first global ‘spatial knowledge graph’ to measure and quantify corporate and government location-based risks. We’ve unified hundreds of open data and proprietary sets into a single fact table. From this highly connected data graph, SRS has engineered a Spatial Risk Factor Library with over 100 factors organized into four major components that can easily be embedded with other financial and non-financial data sources to quantify the real-world impacts to assets, transactions, and portfolios
– Climate Change
– Carbon Emissions
– Environment Impact