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Earthshot Winner: alumnus aiming to find rock-solid solution to limit global warming

Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus is part of the winning team of The Earthshot Prize, the Prince of Wales’s prestigious environmental award, for solutions to carbon dioxide removal. An innovative startup based in Oman that permanently removes CO₂ by mineralising…

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James Wollner.

CJBS team comes out top in energy competition 

Cambridge Judge MBA students win $10,000 prize at Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition . A team of 5 MBA students from Cambridge Judge Business School won the top prize at the 2022 Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition. Faisal Alhadi,…

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Shashank Jasrapuria , Jatin Dhyani , Faisal Alhadi , Aparna Holenarasipura Sreedhara  and Emily Cavanagh.

Renewable energy lessons for developing countries

Brazil has made great strides in renewable energy through clear national policies while Nigeria has lagged due to weak financing and political will, says new study co-authored at the Energy Policy Research Group at Cambridge Judge Business School. Developing countries…

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The Itaipu hydroelectric dam in Brazil.

Corriere della Sera: Data Centres consume too much energy? The first one powered by a nuclear power plant is born in the USA (in Italian)

Research by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article regarding the first Data Centre powered by a nuclear power plant. Read the full article []…

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Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change

A more holistic approach will be developed to link executive pay to climate-change metrics across the supply chain, says a new study by Dr Robert Ritz of Cambridge Judge Business School. A central challenge in designing executive-pay plans linked to…

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Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change.

A switch from fossil fuel to renewables

Having worked in the energy sector focusing on fossil fuels, Cambridge Judge alumna, Belinda Knox (MBA 2006) had an epiphany moment that set her on the path to decarbonising her career. Belinda Knox (MBA 2006) Prior to the Cambridge MBA,…

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A switch from fossil fuel to renewables.

Financial Times: Wind groups wrestle with ‘perfect storm’ of supply woes and rising material costs

Sanjeet Sanghera, alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2018) and head of wind at energy research group BNEF, says that turbine prices in the second half of last year were 9 per cent higher than in the previous six…

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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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Cambridge Zero

The new Cambridge Zero initiative of the University of Cambridge will generate ideas to help shape a sustainable future. David Reiner and Michael Pollitt of Cambridge Judge Business School are among those involved. Cambridge is the brand-new holder of a…

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Energy & energy policy (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

A 'tough sell': why it is so difficult to address climate change on a global scale. L-R: Michael Kitson, David Reiner, Michael Pollitt In this episode, joining podcast host Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge…

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