Climate Change: Economics and Governance - virtual 4 week course
This multi-disciplinary course provides an in-depth overview of the economics and governance of climate change, and the risks and opportunities they present for a range of organisations.
Virtual 4 week course starting 1 June 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to move the June delivery of this course from on-campus to virtual learning. It will still maintain the same outstanding content but delivered in a new format that enables our participants to learn at a distance. For more information, please visit our dedicated virtual delivery page.
The course begins with an intensive introduction to climate change as a scientific and particularly as a social scientific issue, intended to bring students up-to-speed with the key concepts. The scientific evidence on climate change will be outlined and well-known controversies will be covered. Then the key concepts of climate-change economics and governance will be introduced, such as market failure, pricing carbon, and the tragedy of the commons.
This executive course is suitable for:
- Senior executives searching for insight into how climate change affects their business
- International governments and intergovernmental organisations working in the field of climate change and the environment
- Professionals within private sector companies dealing with climate change through corporate social responsibility (CSR)
- Individuals looking to understand the implications of climate change for finance and investment
- Companies and industry groups facing carbon regulation and seeking a greater understanding of the issues
- Global development professionals that deal with the impact of climate change and its related policies.
Virtual course tuition fee: £3,500
We have adjusted the programme fees to take into account that these programmes are being delivered virtually.
For further details and booking information please visit LSE’s course programme page