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Looking at 2022

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty offer their insights and opinions on what to expect in 2022 in areas ranging from climate change to workplace technology to business education. Predictions are by definition an inexact endeavour: few predicted at the start…

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The Fifth Estate: The UK’s emissions trading scheme could outstrip Europe’s as the world wakes up

A report looking at EU climate targets co-authored by Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the Australian business newspaper for the sustainable built environment. Extending EU Emissions Trading System to buildings and…

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Sustainable investment

Look more closely at corporate divestitures of carbon-heavy assets, says Robert Ritz, Senior Research Associate in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School. Sustainable investment - accounting for corporate performance on environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics - has…

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Climate targets

Extending EU Emissions Trading System to buildings and transport will require measures to protect the most vulnerable consumers, says report co-authored by Professor Michael Pollitt of Cambridge Judge Business School. Proposals to extend the EU Emission Trading System (ETS) to…

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Keeping an eye on climate policy: Has the treasury omitted £300m per year of extra climate impacts from its fuel duty reduction calculations?

In his blog, Dr Chris Hope, reader in policy modelling at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at Treasury's analysis published earlier last week and estimates extra climate impacts. Read the full article [chrishopepolicy.com]…

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