Includes books, reports and discussions produced by members of the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment.
Staying with the leaders: Europe's path to a successful low-carbon economy
Neuhoff, K., Acworth, W., Dechezleprêtre, A., Dröge, S., Sartor, O., Sato, M., Schleicher, S., and Schopp, A. 2014. Climate Strategies. Berlin, Germany and London, UK.
Environmental Finance and Investments
Chesney, M., Gheyssens, J., and Taschini, L. 2013. Springer: UK. This book is intended to provide students and practitioners the knowledge and theoretical tools they need in order to answer these and other more general questions in the context of so-called environmental finance theory, a new field of research that investigates the economic, financial and managerial impacts of market-based environmental policies.
The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy
Falkner, R. (ed.) 2013. Wiley-Blackwell.
Environmental Commodities Markets and Emissions Trading
Henriquez, B.L.P. 2012. Taylor & Francis: UK. Using insights about markets from the new institutional economics, this book sheds light on the institutional history of the emissions trading concept as it has evolved across different contexts.
Climate change, vulnerability and human mobility: perspectives of refugees from the East and Horn of Africa
UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the United Nations University for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS). June 2012. Report no. 1.
Climate change and extreme weather events in developing countries
Surminski, S. June 2012. Future Risk: climate change and energy security – global challenges and implications.Chartered Insurance Institute, London, UK.
Expert meeting on assessing the risk of loss and damage associated with the adverse effects of climate change (UNFCCC Technical Report)
Surminski, S., Lopez, A., et al. March 2012. Current knowledge on relevant methodologies and data requirements, as well as lessons learned and gaps identified at different levels, in assessing the risk of loss and damage associated with the adverse effects of climate change. UNFCCC, Tokyo, Japan.
The Political Economy of the Environment: an Interdisciplinary Approach
Dietz, S., Michie, J., and Oughton, C., editors. 2011. Routledge, Abingdon.
The Little Biodiversity Finance Book
Charlie Parker, of the Global Canopy Programme, and Matthew Cranford, of the Grantham Research Institute, October 2010. Global Canopy Foundation, Oxford.
Constructing a Private Climate Change Lawsuit under English Law: a comparative perspective
Giedré Kaminskaité-Salters, Vising Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute, September 2010. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, New York.
Meeting the Climate Challenge: using public funds to leverage private investment in developing countries
Nicholas Stern, 2009.
A Blueprint for a Safer Planet (book)
Nicholas Stern, April 2009. Random House, London.
Towards a Global Green Recovery: recommendations for immediate G20 action
Nico Bauer (PIK), Alex Bowen (GRI, LSE), Steffen Brunner (PIK), Ottmar Edenhofer (PIK), Christian Flachsland ( PIK ), Michael Jakob ( PIK ) and Nicholas Stern ( GRI LSE ), April 2009.
Key Elements of a Global Deal on Climate Change (PDF)
Nicholas Stern, 2008.