There was an article at the MarketWatch few days ago called Want to fight climate change? Don’t invest in Tesla. The Morgan Stanley study is about where to invest when you want most environmental/social impact per buck. Tesla and others EVs were excluded because of basically a long tailpipe argument plus batteries are CO2 intensive. "For Tesla, such an investment [$1 million] adds nearly one-third of a metric ton of CO2" I tried to find the study to see how they got their numbers but failed. Does anyone know where to read it(if it is public/free)? If it is private/paid content, can someone enlighten me how they got their numbers? Thanks.