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Getting started on Physical climate risk analysis in finance – Available approaches and the way forward

16 October 2018
Getting started on Physical climate risk analysis in finance – Available approaches and the way forward
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  • 11/30/2015
    Interactions between the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) and complementary energy policies by 2030 (only in Spanish)

    I4CE– Institute for Climate Economics and Enerdata have contributed to the Spanish Energy Journal issue 46/November 2015 by presenting their analysis on the EU ETS developement by 2030. This paper presents results from the analysis of interactions between the EU ETS and energy-climate complementary policies. The paper desmontrates that: The combination of different objectives RES, […]

  • 06/17/2015
    The accounting of GHG emissions (MRV)

    Heading towards the 2015 Paris international Climate Conference (COP21), I4CE, in partnership with ADEME, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency, publishes a ClimasCOPe # 3 aiming to shed some light on the challenges of international climate negotiations. ClimasCOPe # 3 is focused on the challenge of Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of GHG  emissions. After […]

  • 11/10/2022 Foreword of the week
    COP27: the importance of national financing strategies for the transition

    This year again, expectations for the COP are high regarding developed countries’ commitments towards the funding of action against climate change and its impacts. The question of loss and damage, which pertains to questions of climate justice and of who should pay for the significant impacts of climate change endured by the poorest countries, has just been added to the official COP agenda. And climate finance will again be a hot topic: the pledge made back in 2009 by rich nations to channel US$100bn every year by 2020 to help less wealthy nations mitigate the rise in temperatures and adapt to climate change is still falling short of targets.

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