The move towards net zero presents both opportunities and challenges to investors.
Emissions data can often be opaque, lack standardisation and not provide the direction needed for informed, confident and accurate investment decisions. CRU’s Global Carbon Emissions Service provide consistent, harmonised emissions data over the complete scope of commodity value chains. Our methodology is transparent and aligned to established best practices for emission quantification. At the same time, CRU cost and emissions calculations are carried out side-by-side to provide the complete picture.To start a conversation about emissions click here
Challenging questions that need answering:
- What is my portfolio risk exposure to carbon emissions?
- How can I easily access reputable data to pursue low carbon investment opportunities?
- Which producer(s) could see the greatest benefit from investment in low-carbon technologies? Which assets are at risk of getting stranded?
- How will an investment change CO2e intensity and costs?
- Which producers are adapting best and how are they achieving this? Who are the winners and losers?
- What are the full value chain impacts of a low-carbon aluminium or steel transition?
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On 22 September, in a statement to the United Nations General Assembly, President Xi Jinping announced to world leaders that China “aims to have CO2 emissions peak before...