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Cost of carbon update for the first half of 2016: Increase in extreme weather drives up the cost of carbon emissions

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The cost of carbon – losses arising from extreme weather events attributable to cumulative causal carbon emission – for 2015 was $12.27 per tonne of carbon dioxide (previous year $12.67, down 3%). For the first half of 2016, the cost has increased to $12.44 on the back of extreme weather events reported by Munich Re […]

Cost of carbon update for the first half of 2016: Increase in extreme weather drives up the cost of carbon emissions was last modified: August 8th, 2017 by Edward Coe

PAL Loss Prediction Review for the first half of 2016

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Losses caused by natural catastrophes in the first half of 2016, as reported by Munich Re recently, were significantly higher than the corresponding figures for the previous year, despite the total number of loss events being significantly lower.  Total losses by the end of June came to US$ 70bn compared to the previous year being […]

PAL Loss Prediction Review for the first half of 2016 was last modified: August 8th, 2017 by Edward Coe

PAL joins World Bank PMR Roster of Experts

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We are pleased to announce Predict Ability Ltd has joined The World Bank Partnership for Market Readiness roster of experts. Predict Ability Ltd (PAL) is committed to supporting the adoption of a universal and transparent carbon price.  PALcarbon is a real-time carbon pricing and reporting system for clients that takes into account the real cost […]

PAL joins World Bank PMR Roster of Experts was last modified: July 18th, 2017 by admin

New Book “Predicting the Price of Carbon: How to Crack the Climate Change Code for Good” Out Now

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Predicting the Price of Carbon How to Crack the Climate Change Code for Good Without a global price for carbon there can be no sustainable solution to the already unstoppable impact of climate change. It’s the one key factor that virtually all leading environmentalists, international bankers, energy giants, scientific experts and policy makers worldwide agree […]

New Book “Predicting the Price of Carbon: How to Crack the Climate Change Code for Good” Out Now was last modified: August 8th, 2017 by Edward Coe