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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.

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Who Owns the World's Coal

This report tracks the links between the coal reserves (the mines), the operating coal companies and the shareholders who own these companies, showing roughly $185bn in shareholder value associated with 117 listed thermal coal producers/owners.

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BP's Energy Outlook for 2017:​ Will it fully consider climate risk?

As BP's 2017 Energy Outlook is published, this note summarises BP's performance on climate risk disclosure and highlights climate lobbying activity.

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Climate policy engagement and the automotive sector

Is the Volkswagen scandal the tip of the iceberg? Investors and engagers concerned with climate issues may be inclined to look more closely at this sector in light of the recent regulatory risks exposed by VW as the scandal spreads from diesel to CO2 emissions.

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Reuters

16.05.2017

China, India dominate coal ownership as some shun climate risks: report click here for full article

Bloomberg

11.01.2017

For Companies Torn Between Industry and Climate, the Heat Is On... click here for full article

CNN Money

15.12.2016

How the private sector can fight climate change, with or without Trump... Click here to view article

INFLUENCEMAP IN THE NEWS

China, India dominate coal ownership as some shun climate risks: report

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 On

Pressure on a company devoted to both renewable energy and a traditional trade group has come from the left. About-face.

Trump's pick for Secretary of State may be the administration's top climate change defender — but big questions remain

Prominent appointees to the Trump administration have been flat-out climate change deniers. So it's a bit of a surprise that Rex Tillerson is someone who is openly willing to admit that climate change is a real problem.

US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse testifies in front of US Senate

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.