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Nicholas Stern: World deserves better and more robust economic models of climate change

Press release  24 February, 2016

Nicholas Stern has called on researchers to improve radically the models used to estimate the costs of acting on climate change in an article published in the journal ‘Nature’ read more »


Invention and diffusion of water supply and water efficiency technologies: Insights from a global patent dataset

in the news Declan Conway, Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Ivan Haščič, Nick Johnstone  22 February, 2016

How technology can address the challenge of global water security. read more »


Beyond Paris – the long-term energy outlook

Beyond Paris – the long-term energy outlook

in the news Alina Averchenkova, Samuela Bassi  19 February, 2016

Financial Times, 15 February


Flood Re will struggle to keep premiums low in the face of increased risk

Flood Re will struggle to keep premiums low in the face of increased risk

in the news Swenja Surminski  19 February, 2016

Financial Times, 8 February



Climate report calls for strengthening credibility in action plans

Climate report calls for strengthening credibility in action plans

in the news Samuela Bassi, Alina Averchenkova  19 February, 2016

Financial Express, 1 February


The Paris deal is done, but how credible are the pledges?

The Paris deal is done, but how credible are the pledges?

in the news Samuela Bassi, Alina Averchenkova  19 February, 2016

BusinessGreen, 4 February


EU ETS reform: How to tackle climate change and avoid carbon leakage

a commentary by Misato Sato  19 February, 2016

With MEPs currently considering the reform of the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) for Phase 4 (2021-2030), Misato Sato makes the case for revised free allocation of emissions permits. read more »


Nicholas Stern responds to news that Christiana Figueres will step down from UNFCCC role

Press release  19 February, 2016

Responding to the announcement today (17 December 2015) that Christiana Figueres will step down from her role as executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Nicholas Stern, Chair … read more »


Grantham researcher wins Young Environmental Economist Award

Grantham researcher wins Young Environmental Economist Award

an announcement featuring Hélia Costa  15 February, 2016

      Research Officer, Hélia Costa won the IAERE Young Environmental Economist Award 2016 for her paper Pork Barrel as a Signaling Tool: The Case of US Environmental Policy. … read more »


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