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Climate change and nature

Nature-based solutions to climate change are being undermined by continued destruction of nature, Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge Business School tells Business Schools for Climate Leadership seminar. The relationship between climate change and nature goes both ways, so nature-based…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge climate change pioneer wins £6m investment

Risilience, a Cambridge-based climate change business platform, has raised £6 million Series A investment from international investors. Risilience is a new company that commercialises research from the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School. The company’s products include…

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Risk application

Risilience, a new company that commercialises research from the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, is launched with a £6 million Series A investment. University of Cambridge Judge Business School and a group of international investors today…

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Financial Times: Picking up the bill for Europe’s carbon

Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on EU decarbonisation policy. “We are reaching the point where the costs of decarbonisation cannot be hidden. The reason many are concerned about the ETS is that it…

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The Telegraph: Getting industry to go green will not come cheaply

Recently the Government launched a decarbonisation strategy, aiming to cut production of CO2 in British factories by two-thirds by 2035. Dr David Reiner, University Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School says the Government need to stump…

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New Europe: Europe must decarbonise three times faster to achieve net zero emissions by 2050

Cambridge Judge’s Professor Michael Pollitt and Dr Chi Kong Chyong comment on Europe’s decarbonisation policy. “We have remodelled the European Commission’s 1.5 TECH and COMBO scenarios and took them further with two additional, extreme cases. Our conclusion is straightforward: European…

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Green enterprise

Investors are drawn to climate-change entrepreneurs as society realises it faces a 'world war'-like threat requiring sustained engagement, says Chris Coleridge of Cambridge Judge Business School. By Dr Chris Coleridge Dr Chris Coleridge Entrepreneurs and not just big corporates are…

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Nature: Europe’s ‘green deal’ and carbon dioxide removal

A letter to Nature co-authored by Dr David Reiner, University Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses carbon dioxide removal as part of EU climate neutrality targets. “It must incorporate social science into its assessments because…

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Startups Magazine: Programme for startups looking to make an impact on CO2e emissions

Carbon13, a venture builder for the climate emergency, that supports startups geared at reducing CO2e emissions by2025, is launching a programme for startups and looking for applicants. Co-founder and CEO of Carbon13 Chris Coleridge, who is also Senior Faculty in…

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Green economy?

It is 'wishful thinking' that the UK will benefit disproportionately from new environmentally oriented policies, most of which create few jobs, says Professor Michael Pollitt of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Michael Pollitt New environmental initiatives geared toward offshore wind,…

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