What does the US-China climate change agreement mean in practice? Analytical Insights

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13 November 2014

Carbon Tracker comment on US-China climate change agreement “For Carbon Tracker, today’s announcement of the “joint approach” being adopted by the US and China is an important step in building political momentum towards greater efforts mitigating climate change. While our research predicts a peak in China’s coal demand in 2016 – and therefore a much […]

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Gone fishing: Divestment and Engagement

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5 November 2014

Carbon Tracker’s ultimate vision is a climate-secure energy and financial system. This does not mean fossil fuels being switched off overnight, but does involve contraction within the 2ºC carbon budget. Carbon Tracker’s research aims to switch off fossil fuel capital by aligning capital with a carbon budget that avoids dangerous levels of global warming as […]

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