Analysts, investors, journalists and everyday citizens are starting to realize the reality of what’s coming next.
For investors, this presents an incredible opportunity to learn.
The global demand for carbon credits could increase by a factor of 15x by 2030 and 100x by 2050.
Companies that don’t adapt or innovate will be forced to pass the extra costs of polluting onto their consumers.
Those that do, however, will instead be able to sell their "excess" emissions credits to others – and they’ll be able to charge an arm and a leg for them.
Climate Insurance: Your Guide To Carbon Credits and Investing in the Net Zero Generation
Within Minutes, You'll Learn:
How early you are on the net zero adoption curve (p.4)
The importance of global temperature targets on your portfolio
Why governments are near-guaranteeing carbon credits as an investment
How much money is at stake from ALL sectors, not just oil and gas (p.10)
The importance of the Carbon cost of capital going forward (p.11)
The 3 types of emissions you must be familiar with (p.13)
The 2 major carbon markets and how they’re different (p.16)
How incredibly large the carbon market can get (p.17)
The different types of carbon credits and their $ value (p.23)
The 3 major catalysts and opportunities in the carbon market (p.24)
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