Billionaire Bill Gates claims selling shares of fossil fuel companies is ineffective in the fight against climate change and has had “zero” effect on emissions. We think he has a point.
As offshore wind approaches cost competitiveness, the potential for growth is huge. What does this mean for investors?
This year, we have used up earth’s annual resource budget earlier than ever before. Have we turned up too late to win the race against climate change?
A pick-up in renewable energy capacity moves the dial in the right direction, but this is cancelled out by increased fossil fuel production and continued growth in reserves.
With governments failing to display sufficient climate leadership during the G20 summit in Japan, active ownership is on the rise.
Game theory can help explain why action on climate change has been slow, but as protests worldwide gain momentum and interest in climate change grows, we could be nearing a tipping point.
Renewable energy may soon put downward, not upward, pressure on energy prices, prompting a much faster move away from fossil fuels.