Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor: Net zero or not zero?

Despite claiming to be champions of climate action, two dozen of the world’s largest and richest corporations are hiding their climate inaction behind the fig leaf of green-sounding ‘net zero’ plans, concludes the 2023 edition of the Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor.

Assessing airlines' voluntary climate action

We commissioned a study that revealed that the climate action taken by the eight biggest European airlines is inadequate and misleading, with some airlines even making the false claim that customers can fly carbon-neutral.

Emissions Trading Extra

Emissions Trading Extra (ETX) seeks to enhance climate governance around the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS), the EU’s main tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the industrial and energy sectors, and for ensuring that the polluter pays.

Whistleblowers: Your planet needs you

As a watchdog organisation, we strongly encourage anyone who would like to share information regarding carbon markets, carbon pricing or other topics that we cover, to contact us.

Carbon Market Watch at COP27

At the COP27 climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, we urge the international community to commit to far more ambitious climate action. Negotiators must design effective and fair carbon markets under Article 6 that complement rather than replace rapid and massive emissions reductions.