'We will be prepared to part company': Could BP's exit from three major oil and gas trade bodies set a new industry standard?
Decision to quit three US trade bodies stems from differences over carbon pricing policies and methane regulation, as oil giant looks to build on net zero plans
In her final column, Maddie Cuff charts the course of the business revolution that provides the main source of hope for the climate crisis
Influential think tank argues governments could soon be forced into an abrupt net zero policy shift that would threaten value of oil assets
Move comes just a month after the firm was accused of being 'full of greenwash' by former US Vice President Al Gore
Apocoalypse Now? European energy industry should prepare for 2030 complete coal phase-out, study warns
Carbon Tracker study suggests governments should provide financial support to utilities to transition to renewable energy, as coal plants continue to rack up losses
World Economic Forum report considers whether major shift away from fossil fuels is likely within the next decade, or will take much longer than green business hope
Analysis by both Carbon Tracker and the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis highlight the growing threat posed to investors by their exposure to high-carbon business models
A $1.7m Google grant will see satellite imagery used to track emissions from the world's largest power plants
Latest Carbon Tracker report provides fresh evidence energy sector is exposed to billions of dollars of transition risk as the world pivots to a low carbon economy
Carbon Tracker analysis reveals how executive pay packages at oil and gas companies often remain performance-linked to growing production and volumes
Leading analyst joins banking giant, as it continues to beef up climate change research capabilities
More than 40 per cent of world's coal plants already running at a loss, making new renewables projects ever more competitive, Carbon Tracker analysis finds
From petrostates to ports: Report uncovers carbon bubble risks that will hit as fossil fuel demand peaks
Major new Carbon Tracker analysis predicts peak in fossil fuel demand during the 2020s will put trillions of dollars at risks across multiple sectors
Body representing securities regulators around the world faces criticism from investors for 'staying silent' on climate risk disclosure
EU ETS price on course to hit €40 per tonne by 2023 says Carbon Tracker, but how high is too high?
'She did things, looking back, that were years ahead of their time'
New online tool to help investors model the impact of rapid electric vehicle adoption on oil demand
Major new study details how carbon prices across the bloc could double by 2021 if the EU moves to make emissions trading scheme compatible with the Paris Agreement
Environmentalists call strategy '20th century response to a 21st century problem'
Lewis appointed as new head of research for carbon bubble analyst house
If climate policies follow strategy set out in Paris and ratchet up over time fossil fuel companies could be putting trillions of dollars at risk
Writing exclusively for BusinessGreen, Carbon Tracker analysts warn ExxonMobil's climate risk assessment is short on crucial detail
The oil major's new energy and carbon report is progress but still lacks clarity, argue Carbon Tracker's Andrew Grant and Robert Schuwerk