Dec 9, 2021
By their very nature, it can be extremely difficult to capture
the truly disastrous potential of the tail risks associated with
climate change. Additionally, the growing complexity of human and
natural systems means that tail risks will continue to arise in
unexpected and novel ways.
In today’s episode, we’ll...
Nov 18, 2021
Many of the financial risks that will arise from the transition towards a net-zero economy will be determined by what climate-related policies are enacted, the speed with which policymakers act, and how the economy evolves in response to these policies.
Given economics’ critical role in policymaking, the...
Oct 28, 2021
Against a backdrop of increasing societal awareness and improved
scientific understanding of climate change, many stakeholders
regard the law as an important tool to hold firms and governments
to account and drive forward the green agenda.
Since the Paris Agreement in 2015, there has been a significant rise in the...
Oct 7, 2021
Today’s episode is all about how to navigate the increasingly
complex landscape of climate disclosures, sustainability reporting
frameworks and green taxonomies that have emerged over the last few
This episode will address:
Sep 16, 2021
Over the past few years, we have seen an increasing number of companies take it upon themselves to engage with the issues climate change and sustainability on a voluntary basis - with firms’ motivations ranging from an interest in the long-term sustainability of their company’s activities, to a sense a moral duty to...