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10th Jul 2019

New research finds highest-emitting companies off-track to meet Paris climate goals, and puts investors on “emergency footing”

Landmark ‘State of the Transition’ research assesses 274 high-emitting companies for $14 trillion-backed Transition Pathway Initiative 46% of companies are failing to adequately integrate climate change into their business decisions. Only 1 in 8 companies (12.5%) are reducing carbon emissions at the rate required to keep global warming below 2° $14 trillion network urges investors […]

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20th Feb 2019

New research by the Transition Pathway Initiative on aluminium producers

(20 February 2019, London). New data, launched today by the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI), examine how the world’s largest publicly listed companies involved in producing aluminium are managing climate change risks and opportunities, and how their emissions performance compares to international climate goals. TPI is backed by asset owners and investors with over £10.3 trillion […]

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28th Nov 2018

New research by the Transition Pathway Initiative on automobile manufacturers and paper companies

New data, launched today (28 November 2018) by the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI), examine how the world’s largest publicly listed companies in the autos and paper sectors are managing climate change risks and opportunities, and how their emissions performance compares to international climate goals. TPI is backed by asset owners and investors with over £8.2 […]

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19th Nov 2018

The state of climate action by high-carbon global corporations

The Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) has today published a synthesis of the state of climate action by high-carbon global corporations in the leading climate change journal Nature Climate Change (http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41558-018-0343-2). The article assesses the patterns of corporate carbon management and emissions performance across the 138 companies that were in the TPI database as of June […]

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