How will Brexit affect climate change policy in the UK and in Europe? What could be the outcomes of the referendum in this field?
This emerging security, whose yearly issuance still represents only 1% of the global bonds market, has just entered the reference segment: sovereign bonds.
How to reverse climate change? If the stick doesn't work, better try the carrot. It is time to turn the creativeness of financial innovation into something useful.
Following the diplomatic success of the Paris agreement, we need an economic success. After the time of diplomacy, progress now depends on firms and researchers.
The Paris Agreement was a success but there is still a long journey ahead. Sacrifices will also be asked. How to negotiate them?
In the 2000s, experts had an optimistic view on the possibility of reducing CO2 emissions by capturing carbon and storing it geologically. And now?
The relationship between energy and climate is far more complex that it seems initially. Where does science stand today and how can we use the available knowledge?
In the field of rail transport, climate change raises very concrete challenges. How can we adapt to these changes? How can we anticipate them?
Where are we in the theoretical debate? What could be the next steps in the development of a low carbon fiscal model? What will be the economic impact of any future changes?
The extreme weather events in 2010 have shifted the debate from asking is the weather changing to what will happen next.
The point of view of Michel Petit, former member of the IPCC Bureau (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change).
For the past ten years, and especially recently, the scientific community has been tearing itself apart over an apparently simple question: Is the earth getting warmer and if so, is it because of human activity?