UK policy has failed to improve approaches to climate adaptation and resiliency, with a new report warning that billions of pounds of new infrastructure planned in the UK are at risk.
Financial institutions and data providers should not be able to prevent important studies from being published, writes Dr Ben Caldecott in the FT. Dr Caldecott is the founding director of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group and Lombard Odier Associate Professor of Sustainable Finance at the University of Oxford.
And up to 90% of costs can be recovered from fuel savings, finds a new report from the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group.
The University of Oxford has announced a new research prize for greening finance, established with an endowment from Insight Investment, a £653.6bn1 global asset and risk manager.
A new report from the Oxford Sustainable FInance Group finds that globally, renewable electric utilities are cheaper to finance than fossil fuel-focused peers. The report is the most comprehensive analysis of cost of capital trends across the global energy sector over the past two decades
The University of Oxford’s Public and Third Sector Academy for Sustainable Finance (P3S Academy) is launching four new courses in 2023.
The Oxford Sustainable Finance Group (OxSFG) is now considering applications for three open-enrolment executive education programmes: the Sustainable Finance Executive Programme, Climate-related Financial Risk Programme, and the Asset Owner Sustainability Leadership Programme.
The Oxford Sustainable Finance Group at the University of Oxford is launching a new open-enrolment executive education programme to develop sustainability leadership in pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, foundations, and other institutional owners of assets.
This month saw the launch of the Government Climate Campus – an ambitious partnership to connect public servants with the tools and training they need to address the climate crisis. The Smith School is delighted to be a founding partner and contributing our expertise to supporting 50,000 public servants to cut emissions by 50% by 2030.
This month saw the launch of the Government Climate Campus – an ambitious partnership to connect public servants with the tools and training they need to address the climate crisis through practical and action-oriented online learning.