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Luca Taschini (LSE Grantham Centre for Climate Change) Theodor Cojoianu (Queen´s University Belfast y EU Commission. DG FISMA) Adam Austerfield (LSE IDEAs)

The Role of Finance in Climate Change

Social Sciences Conversaciones online desde la Fundación Ramón Areces Tuesday, 2 November 2021, 19:00 hours ONLINE www.fundacionareces.tv/directo

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De acuerdo a la Convención Marco de Naciones Unidas sobre Cambio Climático (CMNUCC), la financiación climática es aquella financiación local, nacional o transnacional, proveniente de fuentes públicas, privadas y alternativas, que busca apoyar acciones de mitigación y adaptación al cambio climático. La financiación climática está creciendo rápidamente en todo el mundo. Los bonos verdes emitidos alcanzan más de 2 billones de dólares, siendo China, con mucho, el mayor emisor. ¿Tendrá este campo, relativamente nuevo, de las finanzas un impacto real sobre el cambio climático?

Tuesday, 2 November

19:00 h.

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The Role of Finance in Climate Change

Luca Taschini    
LSE Grantham Centre for Climate Change.

Theodor Cojoianu    
Queen´s University Belfast and EU Commission. DG FISMA.

Adam Austerfield    
LSE IDEAs.

 

  Luca Taschini 

Luca Taschini is a Research Fellow at The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the LSE, where he was formerly a Senior Dahrendorf Fellow.  He is also a member of the Energy and Climate Economics Research Group in Munich, Germany.  He also researches and teaches at the University of Edinburgh and other global institutions.  He has a PhD in Finance from Zurich University.

 

   Theodor Cojoianu

Theodor Cojoianu is an Assistant Professor in Finance at Queen’s University Belfast. Theodor's work at the intersection between sustainability, datascience and finance is focused on applying innovative research methods to the study of sustainable development issues. His work has led him to be invited as a Member of the European Commission's Platform on Sustainable Finance, where he advises the Commission on EU sustainable finance policy.

 
 

  Adam Austerfield

Adam Austerfield is an Associate at LSE´s Cañada Blanch Centre, and LSE IDEAs.  He has an BA in History from University College, London and an MSc in Economics and Politics from LSE, where he worked as Global Markets Director for LSE Enterprise for 15 years.  He was from 2012 – 2020 the Madrid then National Vice-President for the British Chambers of Commerce in Spain, and a Board Member of the British Embassy in Spain. 

 

   

 
 
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