What is CTI?

CTI is a not for profit financial think tank aimed at enabling a climate secure global energy market by aligning capital market actions with climate reality.

“Carbon Tracker has changed the financial language of climate change.”

CTI won the Guardian Sustainable business Award for Innovation in Communicating Sustainability in May, 2014

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Reports

Oil Sands: Fact sheets

Ninety percent of future oil sands projects at risk from eroding oil price. Investors in Canadian oil sands are at a heightened risk of wasting $271 billion of funding on projects in the next decade that need high oil prices of more than $95 a barrel to be profitable, the Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI) revealed today, flagging faltering oil prices.

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Events

Carbon Tracker at the World Bank Spring Meetings 2015, Washington DC

Event
April 15 2015 / 2 - 3.30pm EST
The World Bank Offices, 1818 H ST NW, Washington DC, 20433

In partnership with the World Bank Group and in the context of the World Bank Spring Meetings 2015 in Washington DC, Carbon Tracker is organising a climate session: ‘Managing the carbon bubble: How to transition to a low carbon economy’.

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Carbon Tracker @ CDP Natural Capital Spring Openings 2015

Event / Past Event
March 18 2015 / 1-6 pm CET
PwC Birchstrasse 160, Zurich

Carbon Tracker has been invited to share and discuss our perspective on climate strategies and the path to Paris at the CDP Natural Capital Spring Opening Switzerland, March 18, 2015 from 1 – 6 pm at PwC in Zurich.

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The Carbon Bubble – A conversation about the risks of owning energy stocks in a hot and wobbly world

Event / Past Event
March 12 2015 / 6.00pm - 7.30 pm PST
The Commonwealth Club, SF Club Office, 555 Post Street, San Francisco

The prevailing view on Wall Street is that energy companies will diversify and their balance sheets won’t implode if world leaders get serious about limiting carbon pollution. But a growing number of financial firms are starting to say the idea of a carbon bubble should be taken seriously. Join a conversation about the risks of owning energy stocks in a hot and wobbly world.

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