|The $2 trillion stranded assets danger zone: How fossil fuel firms risk destroying investor returns, Carbon Tracker Initiative, November 2015.|
This report argues that with a major oversupply in thermal coal proposed capital expenditure of US$177 billion on new projects and US$42 billion on existing ones is unneeded.
Fueling the Fire: The corporate sponsors bankrolling COP21, Corporate Accountability International, November 2015. (Pdf)
This report documents the history of four major sponsors of the Paris climate conference – Engie (formerly GDF Suez), Suez Environnement, BNP Paribas and Électricité de France – and their efforts to derail effective action on climate change.
Digging Deeper: The Human Rights Impacts of Coal in the Global South, Dejusticia and Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, November 2015. (Pdf) (Also a 17-minute video Promises of Lavender.)
This report and video documents the human rights impacts of coal in India, South Africa, Colombia and Egypt.
Coal Atlas 2015, Coal Atlas 2015 Heinrich Böll Foundation and Friends of the Earth International, November 2015.
The Coal Atlas is now available in English and comes with a big array of supporting infographics. This is an invaluable resource.