Development Communications and Sustainability Research.

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

A space to trigger
investigation, information, and innovation.

 

This infographic accompanies a Carbon Tracker piece of research on China released on 5th June 2014. The study, from Carbon Tracker and ASrIA (the Association for Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia) evaluates the environmental and economic regulatory drivers serving to slow China’s coal demand growth to a potential peak and highlights potential risks for fossil fuels investors and international coal exporters.

This infographic accompanies a Carbon Tracker piece of research on China released on 5th June 2014. The study, from Carbon Tracker and ASrIA (the Association for Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia) evaluates the environmental and economic regulatory drivers serving to slow China’s coal demand growth to a potential peak and highlights potential risks for fossil fuels investors and international coal exporters.

This is the last of a series of 7 infographics just published in the new book “Africa. Un continente in movimento" ("Africa. Continent on the move") by OECD economist F. Bonaglia and L.Wegner, Il Mulino Editions, Italy.
An multi-faceted analysis of the causes of African social and economic vulnerability, and an outline of potential ways to overcome them.

This is the last of a series of 7 infographics just published in the new book “Africa. Un continente in movimento" ("Africa. Continent on the move") by OECD economist F. Bonaglia and L.Wegner, Il Mulino Editions, Italy.

An multi-faceted analysis of the causes of African social and economic vulnerability, and an outline of potential ways to overcome them.

Here is my infographic for the brand new report on financial and climate risk for the oil sector, produced by Carbon Tracker, which is going to be launched on the 8th of May in London. Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of UNFCCC is going to open the discussion. Please, find the invite here.
The research is going to identify the highest risk and highest cost oil projects currently invested in, figuring out who is best placed to lead a low carbon transition, and which is the level of investors exposure to financial risk.
The study will work as an investor tool for capital management, as it will outline potential oil demand and supply scenarios.
In other words…it will incentivise investors not to bet on the oil price!

Here is my infographic for the brand new report on financial and climate risk for the oil sector, produced by Carbon Tracker, which is going to be launched on the 8th of May in London. Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of UNFCCC is going to open the discussion. Please, find the invite here.

The research is going to identify the highest risk and highest cost oil projects currently invested in, figuring out who is best placed to lead a low carbon transition, and which is the level of investors exposure to financial risk.

The study will work as an investor tool for capital management, as it will outline potential oil demand and supply scenarios.

In other words…it will incentivise investors not to bet on the oil price!