August 3, 2015
J. Stephan Dolezalek
Divestiture and Fossil Fuels:
A total of 436 institutions plus hundreds of family offices, together representing $2.6 trillion in assets have committed to divest themselves from fossil fuel companies as of September 2015. Twelve months ago, those numbers were 181 ins...
Continued from part I, previously posted
Differing prospects for Rising U.S. Oil Production
The world energy organization (IEA) is actually taking a fairly conservative view with respect to just how much U.S. tight oil production will be able to fill declines elsewhere...
August 1, 2015
Fossils on the Beach:
Risks Relating to Ongoing Investment Reliance on Fossil Fuels
We rely heavily on fossil fuels to power today’s global economy. Coal, but even more so, oil and gas are energy-dense, transportable and can be used in transport and to produce electr...
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