Earlier this year Adani Group head Gautam Adani claimed the conglomerate would be going from “carbon positive to carbon-neutral, and further on to carbon negative”. Despite these claims Adani Group is constructing the controversial Carmichael thermal coal project in Australia and plans more new thermal coal mines. It has flagged a doubling of its coal-fired power capacity and new gas infrastructure.

This webinar will look beyond the greenwash and provide the evidence to determine how seriously investors should take Adani’s claims of transition. It will examine how Adani Group funds its operations and discuss whether financiers should be treating the conglomerate as one entity, rather than separate companies.

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Tim Buckley, Director Energy Finance Studies, Australia/South Asia at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis

Tim has 30 years of financial markets experience, specializing in equity valuation, including as a top-rated analyst and head of research with Citigroup and as co-founder and managing director of Arkx Investment Management, a global cleantech startup.

Lucie Pinson, Executive Director, Reclaim Finance. 2020 Goldman Environmental Prize winner

Lucie is an expert in analysing the climate and energy policies of financial institutions. Lucie will cover how financial institutions can adopt watertight policies that shield them from ESG risk.

Pablo Brait, Campaigner, Market Forces

Pablo has been tracking the Adani Carmichael coal project since 2013 and was part of the team at Market Forces that recently compiled research on the Adani Group’s new coal, oil and gas project plans.


Khalid Azizuddin, Responsible Investor

Khalid retrained as a journalist after working for a number of years in corporate strategy at Sime Darby in Malaysia. He focuses on sustainability data & disclosures, policy and developing markets. He is a former winner of the CFA UK Journalist of the Year Award for his coverage of the human rights issues involved in investment in Chinese surveillance companies.

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