WATCH: A net-carbon-zero SA by 2050 is ‘unrealistic’

Posted in: Energy, Intellidex in the media on May 28, 2021


Business Day TV’s Michael Avery talks to a panel about balancing SA’s commitments of net carbon zero by 2050 with the economic potential of recent oil and gas finds off the coast. Intellidex’s Peter Attard Montalto says we are seeing traditional shareholder activism for a just transition become more mainstream. The problem is lodging the need for gas into that context – one cannot diverge from what people are willing to fund.  

Watch the full interview on Business Day TV. 

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