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Towards a Trillion Dollars of Carbon-Related Loss & Damage in 2016

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The global loss and damage arising from all weather events that were attributable to man-made climate change in 2016 was   $953,905,000,000   This is based upon estimated carbon emissions for 2016 of 37,705,000,000 tCO2, and PAL’s global one-year Carbon Loss Index (CLIX) of $25.30 per tonne of CO2. The CLIX benchmark measures loss and damage attributable to […]

Towards a Trillion Dollars of Carbon-Related Loss & Damage in 2016 was last modified: July 18th, 2017 by Richard Clarke

Are we CLEAR? Carbon Liability to Earnings and Assets Ratios are here

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What is “Carbon Liability to Earnings and Assets Ratio” Carbon Liability to Earnings Ratio (CLEAR) is the ratio of a company’s direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions liability to company earnings.   It is calculated as: CLEAR = (Direct GHG emissions x Carbon Price) / Earnings   When calculating, it is preferable to use an Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation […]

Are we CLEAR? Carbon Liability to Earnings and Assets Ratios are here was last modified: August 8th, 2017 by Edward Coe
Predicting the price of carbon: how to crack the climate change code for good. Supplement 1 Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station Enhanced Carbon Audit LCA Case Study

New eBook “Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station Enhanced Carbon Audit LCA Case Study” out now

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Predicting the Price of Carbon Supplement 1: Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station Enhanced Carbon Audit LCA Case Study Uniquely, in today’s emerging arena of carbon auditing, Predict Ability Ltd (PAL) offers future-proofed carbon-pricing relevant to every industry as well as all existing and future energy sources. PAL’s new development is called ‘Enhanced Carbon Auditing’ […]

New eBook “Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station Enhanced Carbon Audit LCA Case Study” out now was last modified: August 8th, 2017 by Edward Coe