Managing the carbon bubble

How to transition to a low carbon economy

Financial analysis by Carbon Tracker has shown that concepts such as unburnable carbon and stranded assets have entered the mainstream and become the accepted lexicon for financial institutions.

The carbon bubble needs now to be on the agenda of policy-makers and financial regulators to focus markets on climate risk transparency and allow for an orderly energy transition.

In partnership with the World Bank Group and in the context of the World Bank Spring Meetings 2015 in Washington DC, Carbon Tracker  is organising a climate session on these topics.


  • James Close, Director Climate Change Group at the World Bank
  • Arnoud Buisse, Deputy Assistant Secretary at the French Treasury
  • Anthony Hobley, CEO at Carbon Tracker
  • Paul Bodnar, Senior Advisor at WRI, former Director for Climate Change, National Security Council, The White House
  • Bevis Longstreth, former Commissioner of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

When: Wednesday 15th April 2015, 2.00 – 3.30pm EST

Where: World Bank Group MC Building, MC4-100, 1818 H ST NW, Washington DC, 20433

This event is available through invitation only.


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