physical climate

physical climate

[′fiz·ə·kəl ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
The actual climate of a place, as distinguished from a hypothetical climate, such as the solar climate or mathematical climate.
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29 July 2019 - New York, US-based Moody's Corp., a credit ratings and analytics provider to financial markets, has acquired a majority stake in California, US-based Four Twenty Seven, Inc., a provider of data, intelligence, and analysis related to physical climate risks, the company said.
Moody's announced that it has acquired a majority stake in Four Twenty Seven, a provider of data, intelligence and analysis related to physical climate risks.
The real estate industry needs to understand the pricing impacts of physical climate risks, and how climate change is likely to have a bigger impact on valuation in the future as asset and market liquidity are affected, the report says.
| Ms Sambrook is a researcher in physical climate change and Dr Richardson is a research fellow for the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science, both at the University of Leeds.
Suncorp's reported key action items for 2019 and 2020 include identifying and assessing risks and opportunities linked to climate change, carbon transition issues and physical climate impacts, according to the report.
Environment and processes are the instructional and organizational dimensions of the classroom and are comprised of the physical aspects of a classroom, including seating, dry erase/ chalkboards, bulletin boards, technologies, the physical climate, etc.
Impact-relevant metrics need to be developed to analyze risk related to physical climate change, and thus to support stakeholders in the use and interpretation of climate data.
Using the methodologies banks can begin to assess physical climate risks on key credit risk metrics for climate-sensitive industry sectors.
For instance, they are used to generate projections of future greenhouse gas emissions, which can then be used as a key input for physical climate models, which in turn project future changes in climate.
But a few became settler colonies where the physical climate was like back home, eg the US.
'The three main issues that concerns a Nation are politics, physical climate and social co-existence.
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