2021 will see institutional capital begin to move, at scale, away from assets facing high levels of climate risk and, increasingly, towards companies and infrastructure that are well-positioned for a low-carbon global economy.
A decision to widen the definition of environmental risk to include nature as well as climate change would have largely positive implications.
The former head of the UK’s Green Investment Bank is back with his latest venture.
The Carbon Tracker co-founder reflects on vindication, emboldened investors and the need for a global fossil fuel treaty.
Buyers get the option of trading natural gas and aluminium based on their environmental impact, to meet demand from climate-concerned consumers and investors.