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.
On Monday 7 November the Public and Third Sector Academy for Sustainable Finance (P3S Academy) at the University of Oxford held it’s first in person training course.
African Development Bank partners with University of Oxford on sustainable finance capacity building
The African Development Bank has partnered with the University of Oxford to provide training on sustainable finance for up to 1,000 public and third sector workers from across Africa.
The Spatial Finance Initiative (part of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group) is working to unleash the enormous potential of Earth observation data and machine learning techniques, transforming the availability of information in the financial system.
Speaking to The Times, Ben Caldecott, Director of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group, comments on the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) and the pitfalls of net-zero portfolio decarbonisation.
Ben Caldecott, Director of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group, speaks to The Wall Street Journal about the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ).
Barclays announces a three-year partnership with Oxford University’s Sustainable Finance Group (OxSFG) and the UK Centre for Greening Finance and Investment (CGFI).