DISCUSSION Stranded Carbon Assets: Why and How Carbon Risks Should Be Incorporated in Investment Analysis

by Luke Robinson _______31st October 2013
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Generation Investment Management released a report highlighting the risks to investors of owning carbon-intensive assets.

The paper is supported by Al Gore, who served in the Clinton Administration, Chairman of Generation Investment Management and by David Blood, a senior partner at Generation Investment Managemen.

Mr Blood spoke at a Tomorrow’s Finance Lecture earlier this year on ‘Sustainable capitalism, transitioning to a low-carbon economy‘ which was hosted by Miton Group and Tomorrow’s Company. You can find a copy of his speech on the Tomorrow’s Finance page.

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