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Alexis Trittipo

PartnerNew York

Leads our global climate analytics work and serves companies on climate risk, resilience, and adaptation

Alexis leads McKinsey’s climate analytics work globally, advising and serving companies across financial services, corporates, and the public sector on topics related to climate risk, resilience, and adaptation. This includes a significant focus on helping clients make data-based decisions to assess and address the impacts of climate change.

By collaborating with her clients, Alexis helps them understand preparedness for climate-related hazards and risks, develop actions to adapt and to embed climate risk management in decision making, and develop strategies to drive growth in the face of a changing climate. She works to continually assess the impact of physical hazards on lives and livelihoods, with a focus on vulnerable places and people globally.

A core leader of the McKinsey Sustainability and Risk & Resilience Practices, Alexis also developed McKinsey’s strategy for climate analytics and helps to build the firm’s ecosystem of partnerships with climate risk capability vendors.

Her recent work includes the following:

  • leading development of capabilities for evaluating infrastructure adaptation to forward-looking climate risks for an investor
  • developing a resilience assessment framework that accounts for physical hazard risks and existing mitigation and adaptation for a client in the utilities sector
  • supporting a North American bank’s initiative to build climate risk-scenario analysis capabilities, including data strategy and stress testing of real estate and large-cap portfolios
  • supporting a leading global retailer in communicating exposure to climate risk in a Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)


Impacts of climate change on Black populations in the United States,” McKinsey Institute for Black Economic Mobility, November 2023

Paving the way to resilience: Strengthening public sector adaptation planning and execution,” McKinsey & Company, November 2023

Ten key requirements for a systemic approach to climate adaptation,” McKinsey & Company, November 2023

Protecting people from a changing climate: The case for resilience,” McKinsey & Company, November 2021

IPCC’s report on climate change impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability: What business leaders should know,” McKinsey & Company, April 2022


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