InfluenceMap enables a world where crucial decisions are legitimately influenced and objectively made. We do this by empowering our partners with data-driven and clearly communicated analysis on critical societal issues such as climate change.
Automakers Say They’re Going Electric–But They’re Also Lobbying For Weaker Fuel Standards… click here for article
Emphasis on Coal Moves Japan in the Wrong Direction, Report Says... click here for full article
UN shipping climate talks ‘captured’ by industry lobbyists... click here for article
A powerful tool to help asset owners prepare their portfolios for the energy transition. We rank and assess fund managers and listed funds by their exposure to fossil fuel intensive assets and analyse who is moving into low carbon assets.
To be launched early 2018.
WHO THIS EMPOWERS?
Progressive Business Forces,
CLIMATE POLICY ENGAGEMENT MAP
A comprehensive tool to enable positive and practical engagement with climate policy in line with a 2C world. We bring together a global network of experts and expertise and map out regulatory timelines, critical intervention opportunities, existing lobbying activity, stakeholder positions and key contacts.
WHO THIS EMPOWERS?
NGOs, Investors, Media,
Progressive Business Forces
INFLUENCEMAP IN THE NEWS
These companies are most influential in climate policy debatesBloomberg, September 2017
Corporate lobbying may matter more than a company's pollution...
China, India dominate coal ownership as some shun climate risks: reportReuters, May 2017
Investors in China and India increasingly dominate ownership of coal reserves amid campaigns for divestment in many rich nations to limit the risks from climate change, a study showed on Tuesday.
For Companies Torn Between Industry and Climate, the Heat Is OnBloomberg, January 2017
Pressure on a company devoted to both renewable energy and a traditional trade group has come from the left. About-face.
US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse testifies in front of US SenateThe Senate Floor, April 2016
On April 14th 2016, US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse testified in front of the US Senate using research from Influencemap's report 'How Much Big Oil Spends on Climate Lobbying', which was released in April.