Who should bear more and who less of the burden achieving climate policy goals?
In this event panelists will discuss the future of European pension schemes.
Why the sudden spike in European electricity and gas prices?
To contribute more to the green transition, companies should start to make investment decisions based on integrated-value assessment, weighing up the environmental and social impacts alongside the financial returns.
A French look at the impact of biodiversity loss on financial instability.
The notion of degrowth to reduce greenhouse gas emissions appears unrealistic; decoupling of emissions from growth is in principle possible but requires unprecedented efforts.
In this Sound of Economics Live episode, we look at the State of the Union address delivered by Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission.
Surging natural gas prices in Europe, driven by rising demand and tight supply, are pushing up electricity prices; to prevent volatility, governments need to commit more clearly to a low-carbon future.
Increasing green public investment while consolidating deficits will be a central challenge of this decade. A green fiscal pact would address this tension, but difficult trade-offs remain.
The technical and political conditions are ideal for the creation of a climate club to catalyse tougher climate action worldwide.
The world awaits China's concrete plan on carbon reduction, but the country is following its own pace.
Climate change and taxes may be some of the only true certainties in life. To protect ourselves better, we should make careful choices on how they interact.