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Out of the window? Green monetary policy in China: window guidance and the promotion of sustainable lending and investment
Investigating the use of the green monetary policy tool ‘window guidance’ in China, the authors draw lessons for the design of green finance policies for other countries that seek to enhance sustainable finance and mitigate climate change and related risks.
A webinar discussion with Dr Rory Sullivan and Professor Andy Gouldson, authors of Climate Change and the Governance of Corporations: Lessons from the Retail Sector. With expert insights from: Clare Richards (Church of England Pensions Board) Helena Viñes Fiestas (BNP Paribas Asset Management) Hugh Wheelan (Responsible Investor) Mike Barry (mikebarryeco and previously Marks & Spencer) Register […]
Climate change represents the most important environmental challenge of our time. Organisations are responding by implementing governance processes and taking action to reduce their own emissions and the emissions from their supply chains and value chains. Yet very little is known about how these efforts contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions (if, indeed, they make […]
London, 13 October 2020: The ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy and Chronos Sustainability are pleased to announce the publication of Climate Change and the Governance of Corporations: Lessons from the Retail Sector. The book, published by Routledge, is co-authored by Dr Rory Sullivan (CEO of Chronos Sustainability,and Visiting Professor at the Grantham […]
This paper provides new evidence that financial markets value firms’ expansion into production of low carbon goods and services, but they remain cautious on divesting from the most polluting industries. read more »
This report sets out the role that investors can play in delivering a just transition in the UK as the country works towards net-zero emissions, illustrating the implications through a set of place-based examples from Yorkshire and the Humber and setting out recommendations for investor action. read more »
This event, being held as part of as part of London Climate Action Week, will seek to address the issue of how finance can accelerate positive change on climate action in the real economy.
UK Government should create market for greenhouse gas removals and increase carbon prices for businesses to achieve net zero emissions by 2050
To achieve ‘net zero’ greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, the Government should create a market for so-called ‘negative emissions’ that result from the removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, … read more »