The five Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden have aggressive climate and energy policies in place and have already emerged to be leaders in renewable energy. Denmark … read more »
Grantham Workshop | Hélia Costa “Gone with the wind? Local employment impact of wind energy investment”
Hélia Costa, Research Officer at the Grantham Research Institute, will be the speaker for this seminar.
An important achievement of the UNFCCC meeting in Paris was that for the first time all countries, including developing countries, submitted the actions they proposed to take to reduce emissions in … read more »
Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, will be the speaker at this event. This seminar will discuss the business model challenges for future … read more »
Grantham Workshop | Stefania Lovo ‘Understanding permanent migration response to natural disasters and climate shocks – evidence from Indonesia’
Stefania Lovo, Research Officer at the Grantham Research Institute, will be the speaker for this seminar.
Panel debate | Environmental policies and competitiveness – how to get the most out of the green transition?
Lord Stern of Brentford will be joined by OECD chief economist, Catherine Mann, to discuss how countries can gain competitive advantage from the transition to a low-carbon economy. The … read more »
Kyle C. Meng, Assistant Professor of Environmental Economics at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, will be the speaker at this event. Kyle … read more »
Grantham Workshop | Stefano Carattini ‘Green taxes in a post-Paris world: are millions of nays inevitable?’
Stefano Carattini, Visiting Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute, will be the speaker for this seminar.
Prof. Nicolas Treich, Director of Research at INRA Toulouse, will be the speaker at this event. Nicolas will be presenting his paper entitled “Consumption, Risk and Prioritarianism” co-authored with Matthew … read more »