1 December | Online

There is more carbon in the form of coal, oil and natural gas priced into the market than can safely be burned if there’s any hope of keeping average global temperatures from rising more than 2°C above pre-industrial levels. This reality is what defines the “Carbon Bubble,” a term coined by the Carbon Tracker Initiative, founded in 2009 by its executive chairman Mark Campanale.

Are there signs this carbon bubble is ready to burst? Has it already started? In this fireside chat, less than three weeks after COP 26, Campanale offers his latest perspective and discusses the implications for Canada’s energy sector, public policy, and climate tech.

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