Forthcoming Events

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Forthcoming Courses

Coronavirus COVID-19 information:
Owing to the global health crisis some of the 2021 iterations of our courses have been postponed. Whilst unfortunate we have made this decision with the safety and security of students, staff and faculty in mind. Please contact: for any queries in relation to this.

Enterprise and the Environment Summer School

26 June - 8 July 2022

The Enterprise and the Environment Summer School is designed, delivered and managed by the University of Oxford. It is a programme intended for undergraduates, as well as recent graduates and young professionals passionate about leading environmental change. The Summer School combines our world class faculty, cutting edge research and expert practitioners; they will explore topics with you such as environmental economics and policy, enterprise management, financial markets and investment to approach critical environmental challenges in the 21st century.

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Climate-related Financial Risk Course

13-15 July 2022

Measuring and managing climate-related financial risks will be critical for institutions across the financial system. This has been made clear by the G20 Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), as well as by central banks and financial regulators around the world. Physical climate change impacts and societal responses to climate change are already stranding assets across sectors of the global economy and this looks set to accelerate. This has very real implications that need to be appropriately and professionally managed.

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Sustainable Finance Foundation Course

TBC 2022

Aligning finance with sustainability is a necessary condition for tackling the environmental challenges facing humanity. It is also necessary for financial institutions (and policymakers and regulators) to manage environment-related risks, as well as capture opportunities associated with the transition to global environmental sustainability. The Sustainable Finance Foundation Course was launched in 2016 and is the premier short-course on sustainable finance globally.

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