Development Communications and Sustainability Research.

This is an informal space
where I share my infographics
on environmental sustainability and social equity.

A space to trigger
investigation and information.

 

This infographic is based on a recent Carbon Tracker's piece of financial research on coal which provides the financial argument to limit global worming. It shows the alarming chasm which exists between potential thermal coal oversupply and a low demand scenario. It displays that the available carbon budget (CO2 emissions embedded in future production) for coal does not allow for all projected (and listed in stock exchanges) production to be developed. In particular, based on the study low demand assumptions, coal investors could run the risk to lose $112bn over the next 20 years.

This infographic is based on a recent Carbon Tracker's piece of financial research on coal which provides the financial argument to limit global worming. It shows the alarming chasm which exists between potential thermal coal oversupply and a low demand scenario. It displays that the available carbon budget (CO2 emissions embedded in future production) for coal does not allow for all projected (and listed in stock exchanges) production to be developed. In particular, based on the study low demand assumptions, coal investors could run the risk to lose $112bn over the next 20 years.

How come middle-income countries have been experiencing a reduced poverty level but an increased inequality at the same time? From my infographic series for the OECD publication “Perspectives on Global Development 2014 Boosting Productivity to Meet the Middle-Income Challenge”. 

How come middle-income countries have been experiencing a reduced poverty level but an increased inequality at the same time? From my infographic series for the OECD publication “Perspectives on Global Development 2014 Boosting Productivity to Meet the Middle-Income Challenge”.