Are Corporate Carbon Management Practices Reducing Corporate Carbon Emissions?

Research article by Baran Doda, Caterina Gennaioli, Andy Gouldson, David Grover on 1 Oct 2016

This paper is the first large scale, quantitative study of the impact of corporate carbon management practices on corporate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Using data for 2009 and 2010 from the Carbon Disclosure Project survey, we find little compelling evidence that commonly adopted management practices are reducing emissions. This finding is unexpected and we propose […]

Barriers and opportunities for robust decision making approaches to support climate change adaptation in the developing world

Research article by Ajay Gajanan Bhave, Declan Conway, Suraje Dessai, David Stainforth on 29 Sep 2016

Abstract Climate change adaptation is unavoidable, particularly in developing countries where the adaptation deficit is often larger than in developed countries. Robust Decision Making (RDM) approaches are considered useful for supporting adaptation decision making, yet case study applications in developing countries are rare. This review paper examines the potential to expand the geographical and sectoral […]