Paul Spedding –
As pressure grows on governments to take action to combat climate change, demand for fossil fuels is likely to drop, leading to a long-term depression in oil prices, says Paul Spedding, former global co-head of Oil And Gas Research at HSBC.
Michael Meyer –
Today’s plunging oil prices will benefit a few, but the pain will be earth-shaking for many others, says Michael Meyer, dean of the Graduate School of Media and Communications at Aga Khan University.
Thomas Fricke –
When policymakers get to work designing strategies for executing the Paris agreement, they should not rely heavily on rising energy costs to advance their objectives. European Climate Foundation chief economist Thomas Fricke lays out a better approach.
2015 was a landmark year for climate action, topped by a universal agreement in Paris. Expect 2016 to be an even bigger year, says Sindicatum Sustainable Resources chief executive officer Assaad Razzouk.
The Paris agreement is not perfect, but a constructive response would be to encourage the process. Extreme activists who describe it as a failure ironically chip away at the potential of the deal to bring about the very outcomes they desire.
The EAPF commissioned Trucost to assess and analyse sixteen of their active and passive equity investment portfolios, with regard to their exposure to the embedded carbon emissions within fossil fuel ...
Climate change creates a variety of risks for investors. The United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) highlighted climate and carbon risks in its 2013 report 'Portfolio Carbon: Measuring, ...
The Asean countries are at very different stages of economic growth. Members include a fully developed city state with nearly full national electricity coverage as well as several agrarian economies ...