Climate Valuation is recognised as an industry expert in residential climate risk analysis. Here are a few of the articles we have contributed to.
Climate Valuation is recognized as an industry expert in residential climate risk analysis. Here are a few of the articles we have contributed to.
6 September 2021
There’s a long history of adaptation on the Queensland coast — but our changing climate could soon make it harder to get a mortgage there.
21 October 2021
Hundreds of thousands of homes will face increased risk of damage in the next 30 years with many Aussies unaware of the increased costs they face.
14 February 2021
The sea could wipe out both sides of houses on Ocean View Road if erosion continued in the next 20 – 50 years.
23 October 2019
It’s the lingering stench that stands out in Kym Blackwell’s mind when she walks through the rotting remains of her Townsville apartment complex.
20 August 2019
Home buyers can now find out whether climate change will hurt the value of the home they’re interested in by predicting the costs of various climate-related scenarios.
24 August 2022
As climate change leads to a growing number of extreme weather events, some Australian home owners are finding it increasingly difficult to afford to properly insure their homes for weather-related threats.
3 May 2022
19 August 2022
New homes are likely to be built in areas at risk of flooding because many flood maps that guide planning decisions are out of date, Victoria’s peak body for town planners warns.
Climate Valuation is recognised as an industry expert in residential climate risk analysis.
We work with organisations and communities all over the world to improve understanding of climate risk and empower meaningful change. Read some of our case studies to learn more.
We work with organizations and communities all over the world to improve understanding of climate risk and empower meaningful change. Read some of our case studies to learn more.
This case study is a synthesis of Climate Valuation recent work for mortgage lenders in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong and is based on a Representative Lender (The Bank) with over 1+ Million mortgages.
This case study by Spatial Vision discusses the development of an interactive map of Australia as a powerful communication tool in advocating for climate change policy. The underlying data for this award winning map was supplied by Climate Valuation.
This report was developed by Climate Valuation’s sister company and examines the effects of climate change on Australia’s built environment, across a range of hazards and spatial resolutions
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