International Climate Finance Day – On the Road to COP21

Event
May 22 2015 / 8am to 6pm CET
UNESCO Headquarters, Paris

How to shift the trillions? A few months ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris (COP 21), the question of the trillions of dollars that will be required to limit Global Warming to 2 degrees is more pressing than ever. A growing number of private financial operators throughout the world are getting […]

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USSIF 5th Annual Conference

Event / Past Event
May 5 2015 / All day event
The Westin Michigan Avenue 909 N Michigan Ave Chicago, Illinois 60611 USA

Mark Campanale, Founder and Executive Director of Carbon Tracker will speak at the USSIF Annual Conference 2015, taking place in Chicago on 5th-6th May 2015.

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Head of Financial Regulatory Research and Reform

Jobs
20 April 2015

We are recruiting for a Head of Financial Regulatory Research and Reform. Carbon Tracker is a UK-based not for profit financial think-tank with a mission to align the capital markets with international climate policy targets. We are staffed by financial market professionals including financial analysts, regulatory lawyers and asset managers. Carbon Tracker has developed a […]

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Deconstructing the Divestment Debate:

Event
May 12 2015 / 5pm -7 pm BST
PRI Offices, 5th Floor, 25 Camperdown St, London, E1 8DZ

Carbon Tracker will join the PRI for a lively discussion around the Divestment vs Engagement debate and their role in the transition to a low carbon economy, followed by networking drinks.

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Mobilizing capital towards a low-carbon economy

Event / Past Event
April 27 2015 / 12.30pm - 2pm CET
Bruegel, Rue de la Charité 33, 1210 Brussels

The low-carbon transition requires capital to be moved from the established high-carbon investments towards low-carbon opportunities. However, this process is fraught with uncertainties – not least political ones. In this event Nick Robins, Anthony Hobley and Michael Wilkins will share their experiences of these challenges and suggest possible ways to overcome them.

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Edinburgh Conference 2015

Event / Past Event
April 22 2015 / 9am-5.30pm
The Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 2PQ

Carbon Tracker will be taking part to the UKSIF Edinburgh Conference 2015, organised by UKSIF in partnership with UNPRI.

The event will bring together investors, Government representatives and policy-makers, companies and consultancies as well civil society organisations to discuss COP21, stranded assets, company engagement and divestment campaign among other topics.

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

Event / Past 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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Coal sector can no longer rely on Chinese demand growth – use down in 2014

News item
26 February 2015

LONDON, February 26, 2015 – China’s total coal consumption fell by 2.9 % in 2014 compared with the previous year, official figures showed today, the first time this has happened since the turn of the century. As China accounts for half of the world’s annual coal consumption, the fresh figures could give the clearest indication […]

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