Videos / 29 Jun 2017
Carbon Pricing: From Stress Test to Opportunity
Carbon Pricing: What’s your Exposure?
Average carbon prices could increase more than seven-fold to $120 per metric ton by 2030 as regulations are introduced by national, state and city legislators to achieve the Paris Agreement goal to limit global warming to 2°C.
Libby Bernick, Global Head of Corporate Business and Rick Lord, Lead on ESG Management and Value Creation, both Trucost, part of S&P Dow Jones Indices, discuss how globally diverse operations could be impacted by taxes and emissions trading – and identify opportunities to cut carbon emissions and capitalize on the low-carbon transition.
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