This working paper explores environmental behaviour change through social norm nudges, specifically whether deciding not to eat meat can increase willingness to do more for the environment.
This working paper examines the potential of climate change to be drawn into populist politics.
This working paper aims to shed light on the practical issues involved in policing carbon markets, such as new regulators with narrow authority and lack of legal precedent.
Does the geographical footprint of Ethiopia’s flagship social protection programme align with climatic and conflict risks?
This working paper considers how the geographical expansion of Ethiopia’s social protection programme can address climate related risks in an adaptive way.
Liquid Petroleum Gas Access and Consumption Expenditure: Measuring Energy Poverty through Wellbeing and Gender Equality in India
Despite the acceleration of electrification in India, many communities still suffer from the direct and indirect effects of energy poverty. This paper investigates whether access to liquified petroleum gas (LPG) and consumption expenditure can be used as measures of energy poverty in India, with a particular focus on gender equality.
This paper investigates the climate impact of central bank refinancing operations, with a focus on the European Central Bank’s Targeted Longer-Term Refinancing Operations (TLTRO) III programme.
This working paper presents evidence that litigation reduces firm value. This means that climate litigation should be considered a relevant financial risk by lenders, financial regulators and governments.
Estimating the effects of regulation when treated and control firms compete: a new method with application to the EU ETS
This paper presents a new method for estimating the effects of regulations when treated and control firms compete on the output market.
Submission to the UK Environmental Audit Committee’s Inquiry on Environmental Change and Food Security
This report consists of written evidence to the UK Parliament Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry on environmental change and food security. It states that UK’s Food Strategy of 2022 does not sufficiently factor climate risks into building resilient domestic food supply chains and suggests measures that the Government could take to increase food security while providing climate mitigation and health co-benefits.
This paper analyses the dynamic interaction between diverse expectations, investment decisions and climate change mitigation policymaking, exploring how firms invest in low or high carbon capital depending on their beliefs about future carbon prices.