Counting carbon or counting coal? Anchoring climate governance in fossil fuel-based accountability frameworks

This analysis explores schemes for the monitoring, reporting and verification of fossil fuels, and points to a hybrid fossil fuel-based accountability framework that accounts for infrastructure and production volumes. Such transparency would provide opportunities for democratic oversight of climate governance efforts and channels to hold states accountable for their climate performance.







Climate Change and the Governance of Corporations: Lessons from the Retail Sector

A webinar discussion with Dr Rory Sullivan and Professor Andy Gouldson, authors of Climate Change and the Governance of Corporations: Lessons from the Retail Sector. With expert insights from: Clare Richards (Church of England Pensions Board) Helena Viñes Fiestas (BNP Paribas Asset Management) Hugh Wheelan (Responsible Investor) Mike Barry (mikebarryeco and previously Marks & Spencer) Register […]


Climate Change and the Governance of Corporations: Lessons from the Retail Sector

Climate change represents the most important environmental challenge of our time. Organisations are responding by implementing governance processes and taking action to reduce their own emissions and the emissions from their supply chains and value chains. Yet very little is known about how these efforts contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions (if, indeed, they make […]



Does it pay for firms to go green?

To tackle the challenges of climate change, more investment needs to be mobilised in low-carbon technologies and capital assets. This report examines the implications for firms as they diversify into the green marketplace. read more »