The World's Carbon Budget
Key points include:
- In order to limit global temperature rise, CO2 emissions must be radically reduced. There are many possible pathways, but it is generally accepted that by 2050, humanity should aim for net-zero carbon emissions.
- As more countries introduce regulations to achieve net-zero emissions, we will see the carbon bubble deflating and more fossil fuel assets becoming stranded.
- However, there will also be huge opportunities for investors who can benefit by picking the champions of tomorrow. At the same time, they should avoid stranded assets in order to future-proof portfolios against the unavoidable climate transition.
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