The briefing will take place at a COP26 media conference, hosted by Denmark’s COP26 delegation.

What: To foster transparency on fossil fuel reserves production and help make governments more accountable to citizens and other stakeholders including investors – Carbon Tracker and Global Energy Monitor will present the first ever Global Registry of Fossil Fuels

When: On Thursday 11 November, at 15:45 – 16:15 GMT

Where: Blue Zone at COP26 – Room PC1 – Giants Causeway – Area H. Info: here.

Who: The event will feature the following speakers

  • Mark Campanale, founder and executive chair Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI)
  • Niklas Hagelberg, UN Environment Programme
  • Rebecca Byrnes – Project Manager of the Global Registry of Fossil Fuels

Also appearing in support of the Global Fossil Fuel Registry initiative via pre-recorded video are Rob Schuwerk, CTI’s U.S Director, and Ted Nace, Executive Director of Global Energy Monitor (GEM).

Supporters of the Global Registry of Fossil Fuels include

  • Claude Turmes – Minister of Energy & Minister of Regional Planning, Government of Luxembourg
  • Marlene Moses – Chair of the Nauru Rehabilitation Corporation
  • Per Bolund, Minister for Environment and Climate, Government of Sweden
  • Michael Lazarus, Co-ordinating Lead Author, Production Gap Report, Stockholm Environment Institute
  • Carole Dieschbourg, Minister for the Environment, Government of Luxembourg
  • Barbara Pompili, Minister for Ecological Transition, Government of France

Streaming link to watch the session online:

Contacts:  For more information on the briefing or interview requests – contact Joel Benjamin, or Stefano Ambrogi,

For technical questions on the registry & its applications – please contact Ted Nace, or Rob Schuwerk,