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Course ISIGE/EVIM part 1

8 January 2018
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  • 10/30/2021 Blog post
    Finance at COP 26: Watch out for the unsexy

    Expectations ahead of COP 26 in Glasgow regarding the contributions of the finance sector are high. Anuschka Hilke from [i4ce] explains that our expectations, however, may not currently be high enough. An impactful contribution to achieving climate goals will require the financial community to go beyond reducing their exposure to climate-related risks.

  • 07/17/2015
    Towards a recalibrated EU ETS for 2030: assessment of the legislative proposal to revise the EU ETS Directive

    EU ETS –Directive : On July 15th, the EU Commission released a legislative proposal to revise the EU ETS Directive post-2020, translating into legislation the October 2014 Council Conclusions. EU ETS carbon leakages provisions: The legislative proposal includes a 43% share of free allocation from 2021 to 2030, a new Carbon leakage list representing 93% […]

  • 11/04/2019
    Towards an alternative approach in finance to climate risks: taking uncertainties fully into account

    It is no easy task to take climate risks – transition risks and physical risks – into account in financial management practices. As this note shows from the example of banking activities, the intrinsic characteristics of these risks – which are long-term and cannot be assigned a probability and for which there are no historical […]

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