Valentin Julius Jahn
Valentin currently works on the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) as Lead Research Analyst and TPI CA100+ Project Lead. TPI is an investor-backed initiative at the Grantham Research Institute that provides investors with data on the carbon performance and climate governance of the world’s largest listed companies. Valentin carries out research and analysis on carbon intensive industry sectors and works on industry carbon assessment methodologies.
Valentin holds a BA in Philosophy and Economics from Bayreuth University and an MSc in Climate Change, Management and Finance from Imperial College. Previously he interned at an Investment Boutique in Lima, Peru as an M&A analyst and as a research assistant at health consultancy “evaplan am Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg” where he worked on development projects in the public health sector. Valentin was also able to gain business experience from being a co-founder of a sustainable fashion start-up.
- Climate Finance
- Climate Related Risk Management
- Private Capital Mobilisation for Climate Mitigation and Adaptation
Research - 2021
The oil and gas (O&G) industry faces an existential threat from the transition to a low-carbon economy. Companies are increasingly... Read more
Policy - 2023
This report consists of a submission to the IOSCO consultation on how to foster well-functioning voluntary carbon markets, looking at standards, regulation and safeguards. Read more
News - 2022
The high quality of research by the London School of Economics and Political Science has been recognised in the results of the... Read more
News - 2020
Recent analysis by the Grantham Research Institute for the Transition Pathway Initiative shed light on how ambitious the recent emissions targets set by the six largest European oil and gas majors really are. Here, the authors summarise the findings. Read more
How much progress are companies really making on climate change and to what extent are they on course to deliver the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change? This commentary highlights the main findings from the new report from the investor-backed Transition Pathway Initiative. Read more