Economics of Sustainability

Past Seminar: October 1, 2021 8:30 am
Economics of Sustainability was a 3-part lecture series taking place in October 2021, during the run-up to COP26. Hear from our panel of experts on […]

Seminar overview

Economics of Sustainability was a 3-part lecture series taking place in October 2021, during the run-up to COP26. Hear from our panel of experts on the key economic factors at play in the energy transition and the road to NetZero. Get access to the latest research by economists from the World Bank and more.

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Friday 1 October
ZERPAs: Reconciling the Financing and Physical Reality of Rapid Climate Mitigation – Julian Allwood, Professor of Engineering and the Environment, at Cambridge University & Director of UK FIRES
ZERPAs: Reconciling the Financing and Physical Reality of Rapid Climate Mitigation

Friday 15 October
The World Bank’s Climate Change Action Plan – Stéphane Hallegatte, Lead Economist of the World Bank Climate Change Group
Stephane Hallegatte

Friday 29 October
Panel Discussion on Sustainable Finance and the Road to NetZero – James Close, Head of Climate Change, NatWest Group; Mathew Hampshire-Waughn, author, Net Zero blog; Alison Harwood, Milken Institute
Panel Discussion

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