Reports in topic: Climate Change

Stranded Assets and Subcritical Coal: The Risk to Companies and Investors

This report from the Stranded Assets Programme at Oxford University locates subcritical coal-fired power stations globally and identifies the ones most at risk of stranding due to their carbon intensity and deleterious effects on local air pollution and water stress. The research shows which companies own these assets and ranks companies by exposure. Furthermore, the report examines how environment-related risks facing subcritical coal assets might develop in the future.

How corporations rule, part 4: Anglo American’s dirty energy lobby and its false climate solutions

In this publication Friends of the Earth International (FoEI), Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO), and the Transnational Institute (TNI) expose how corporations are undermining crucial climate policies, and promoting false solutions that will allow them to profit from the climate crisis, while expanding the extraction of dirty energy. This is exemplified through the case of the British-South African company Anglo American, which this report examines from its activities at the world’s biggest open-pit coal mine in Cerrejón, in La Guajira, Colombia, all the way up to its lobbying at the UNFCCC in Lima.