Carbon Tracker will organise a series of events to provide new perspectives on key questions:

- how much investment is at risk in the coal sector? - are fossil fuel companies transparent on climate risk disclosure? - how can investors engage with companies to direct capex away from high cost and risky projects?

CTI events for the Climate Week NYC, September 2014
Unburnable Carbon 2011 Report

Carbon Bubble

Unburnable Carbon – Are the world’s financial markets carrying a carbon bubble? In March 2012, Carbon Tracker’s seminal report ‘Unburnable Carbon’ was Highly Commended in the City of London’s Sustainability Awards. This award-winning analysis by Carbon Tracker discovers that: Already in 2011,…

Unburnable Carbon Report 2013

Wasted capital and Stranded Assets

Unburnable carbon 2013: Wasted capital and stranded assets This new research from Carbon Tracker and the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE calls for regulators, governments and investors to re-evaluate energy business models against carbon…

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Carbon Supply Cost Curves: Evaluating Financial Risk to Oil Capital Expenditures

Carbon Tracker’s research has created a new debate around climate change and investment. This report – “Carbon Supply Cost Curves: Evaluating Financial Risk to Capital Expenditures” – is a risk analysis which provides a tool for the majority of investors who…

Carbon Tracker provides investors with tools for engagement

"Governments have agreed to limit global temperature rise to less than 2 degrees Celsius. In order to reach this goal, large amounts of coal and oil will have to stay in the ground, unburnt. Carbon Tracker's new Curves report indicates where in respect to the oil industry some of those stranded assets and some of those red lines will lie."

Christiana Figueres Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), May 2014

Carbon Tracker has changed the financial language of climate change.

"A new vocabulary came into being when a team of financial and energy experts used a groundbreaking report to question the huge scale of global investment in high-cost, high-carbon fossil fuel assets, which are likely to become unviable in the face of tougher regulation to limit climate change.”

Guardian Sustainable Business Awards Innovation in Communicating Sustainability Award, May 2014

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