Hymans Robertson On... Episode 112

Investment - Climate scenario modelling

25 Jun 2024


In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... our host, Amy Sutherland, is joined by Sanjay Joshi, Responsible Investment Consultant from Hymans Robertson and Dr Jesse Abrams, Postdoctoral Research Fellow from Exeter University.

Listen to our podcast, as our experts discuss:

  • the evolution of climate scenario modelling
  • the future of climate scenario modelling
  • what it could mean for investors.

If you have any questions on anything discussed during the podcast, please don't hesitate to get in touch

Please see our podcast jargon buster here for more on the different terms you may hear used throughout. 


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Key Topics
  • The evolution of climate scenario modelling
  • The future of climate scenario modelling
  • What it could mean for investors


Amy Sutherland

by Amy Sutherland
Climate Change Consultant

Sanjay Joshi

by Sanjay Joshi
Responsible Investment Consultant