Carbon Emissions

Oil and Gas Producers are Setting Us on a Course for Severe Climate Change Disruption

The oil and gas industry intends to invest an estimated $4.9 trillion over the next 10 years to explore for and extract oil and gas from new fields. An analysis from Global Witness concludes that we can't afford any production from new oil and gas fields, much less new fields, if we're to meet the U.N. Paris Climate Agreement goals and avoid moving beyond a critical climate change tipping point.

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Global Banks’ Fossil Fuel Financing Continues to Lead Us Down the Path Towards Climate Disaster

Thirty-three global banks have financed the fossil fuel industry to the tune of $1.9 trillion since adoption of the U.N. Paris Climate Agreement in 2016. JPMorgan was the fossil fuel industry's biggest banker overall, while Chinese banks financed more coal mining and power plants than others.

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Latest Research Reveals Troubling Signs of Antarctica Ice Loss, Ocean Warming and Climate Warming Effects at World Heritage Sites

Antarctic ice loss

Antarctica's ice sheets are losing mass more than six-times faster than previously believed and ocean temperatures are rising as much as 40-times faster than the latest U.N. IPCC report estimates. One in four UNESCO natural World Heritage sites are "highly threatened" as a result of climate warming, according to recent research.

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