What is the Carbon Bubble?
The carbon bubble, also called CO2 bubble, is a theory that has its origin in climate and economic research. The term describes a possible overrating of companies that could only maintain their growth forecasts for the next few years by consuming fossil fuels on a scale that would violate the two-degree limit of the Copenhagen Treaty.
Table of Contents
- Can fossil energy consumption still create sustainable economic growth?
- Carbon bubble: CO2 emissions worldwide
- The remaining amount of CO2 is shrinking rapidly
- Which companies are included in the Carbon Bubble?
- Risks on the securities market coming up
- CO2-emitting companies are changing their investment strategy
- Outlook and conclusion: How can we prevent the carbon bubble from bursting?
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