Hot on the heels of a historic climate deal in Paris the Carbon Tracker Initiative and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board, two non-profits who seek to promote transparency in relation to climate risk, launched proposals for risk reporting by fossil fuel companies at the World Economic...Find out more
What is Carbon Tracker?
Carbon Tracker 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.”
Carbon Tracker won the Guardian Sustainable business Award for Innovation in Communicating Sustainability in May 2014 and in May 2015.
This report is designed to challenge the conventional thinking and linear models which dominate the current scenarios for energy futures. The greatest risks and opportunities will arise from more dramatic shifts rather than business as usual or incremental change. There is increasing investor interest in what analysis is useful to test business strategies and demonstrate resilience in a low carbon future. This follows on from engagement and resolutions at the oil majors.Find out more
Fossil fuel companies risk wasting up to $2.2 trillion in the next decade, threatening substantially lower investor returns, by pursuing projects that could be uneconomic in the face of a perfect storm of factors including international action to limit climate change to 2˚C and rapid advances in clean technologies.Find out more
Mark Campanale, Carbon Tracker’s founder and executive director, will examine the global case for divestment from fossil fuels, its importance to climate justice advocacy, and what this means for Ireland.Find out more
Mark Campanale will be speaking alongside Norwegian PM Erna Solberg at this year’s Bridge to the Future conference in Oslo.Find out more
Mark Campanale, Carbon Tracker’s Director, will speak at GLOBE 2016 addressing the question: What is the balanced approach to risk analysis and capital management?Find out more