A financial model for universal ownership
Our technology will show the ‘net portfolio cost’ of any company, company asset or company activity that generates carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) emissions. It could, for example, be applied to an automobile company, a coal plant, land-use practices, and even climate lobbying. We want to answer the question: do the benefits of this activity outweigh the costs of its emissions reinternalised into the investors’ market-spanning portfolio? Where there is a portfolio loss, investors have a strong financial interest in transitioning or bringing the activity to a halt.