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Climate Change and Finance

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  • UserM a t t h e w A g a r w a l a , K a m i a r M o h a d d e s , C r i s t i n a P e ñ a s c o , S i m o n e S c h n a l l
  • ClockFriday 13 November 2020, 11:00-12:00
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Bringing the global economy in-line with the Paris Agreement and national commitments to deliver net zero will require massive investments in the energy system, food system, transport infrastructure, built environment, production processes, recycling and waste management systems, and more. Estimates of the amount of finance needed to deliver such changes range from $1.6 trillion to $3.8 trillion every year between 2016 and 2050. Featuring cutting-edge research from across Cambridge Zero’s climate economics community, this session offers an inside-look at how to measure country-level climate risk, the impact of ESG performance on stock returns during the pandemic, and the role of green investment banks and other financial institutions in mitigation and adaptation.

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