Environmental, social and governance criteria have become shorthand for the non-traditional, extra-financial factors considered by businesses as crucial to managing opportunities and risks.
The online course, delivered by the NbSI in partnership with the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, teaches participants how NbS can be implemented, financed and governed. It was founded in 2022 and has since taught over 85 participants.
On Monday 27 March the Public and Third Sector Academy for Sustainable Finance (P3S Academy) at the University of Oxford held a Masterclass in Sustainable Finance for Japanese policymakers and regulators.
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.
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.
Over 1,000 influential civil servants, regulators, and representatives from civil society have undertaken a course with the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group, part of Oxford University, over the last 12 months, enabled by philanthropic funding from the IKEA Foundation and the European Climate Foundation.
The Oxford Smith School has partnered with publishing group Pearson to launch two online programmes in January 2022.The programmes will allow a global audience to access the Smith School's world leading sustainability research and teaching.