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Vanguard Group: Passive about climate change
Vanguard Group: Passive About Climate Change Despite Net Zero Pledges, Vanguard Is Indifferent to Climate and Investors' Best …
June 23, 2021
Trista Rose, Tim Buckley
IEEFA Conference: China and India Are at the Vanguard of the Global Electricity-Generation Transition
China’s declining reliance on coal will very likely continue as a result of central-government policies aimed at expanding the country’s move toward cleaner fuels. Panelists at IEEFA’s Energy Finance 2017 conference in New York today said…
March 14, 2017
IEEFA Conference: China and India Are at the Vanguard of the Global Electricity-Generation Transition
IEEFA: Vanguard funds destroy shareholder wealth with US$290bn in …
22 June 2021 (IEEFA Australia): Vanguard Group, the world’s second largest asset manager, …
June 22, 2021
Press Release
IEEFA: BlackRock has moved rapidly on climate – but Adani exposures remain a major obstacle
One of the successes of the COP26 summit was the growth in the UN-convened Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero to a US$130 trillion of collective assets, almost double the total of just six months ago. Enforcement of the substance of this…
November 19, 2021
Tim Buckley
IEEFA update: Oil and gas stocks place dead last in 2019, again, despite 30% price rise
January 09, 2020
Tom Sanzillo
IEEFA: Skyrocketing EV sales in China spell a no-turning-back step change in global energy landscape
The jury is in. The global race between passenger electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells vs petrol vs diesel is over. EVs have won in China, the world’s biggest auto market. EV sales in China grew 154% year-on-year to 3.3 million in 2021. …
January 19, 2022
Tim Buckley
With long-term fossil commitments, Colorado electricity wholesaler is alienating cost-conscious co-ops
One of the biggest power suppliers to rural electric co-ops in the U.S. is putting its business model at risk as members clamor for better access to renewable energy.
November 01, 2020
Karl Cates
MENA, a potential new hub for green steel and green iron metallics
At the COP27 climate summit, it was announced that Fortescue Future Industries will build 7.6GW of renewable energy, which has the potential to produce 330 kilo-tonnes of green hydrogen annually.
December 08, 2022
Soroush Basirat
IEEFA: Will CEO Jane Fraser clean up Citi’s climate record?
In September 2007, with a mortgage crisis clearly on the horizon, Citigroup’s CEO Charles Prince III gathered with his top executives to understand whether the bank—then the nation’s largest—faced any risk. The consensus was no. The bank has…
October 04, 2021
Tim Buckley
General Electric misread the energy transition: A cautionary tale
Investors lost billions when General Electric Company (GE) and its largest shareholders misjudged the pace of the global energy transition.
June 01, 2019
Tim Buckley, Kathy Hipple, Tom Sanzillo...

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