Problems cannot be solved at the same level of thinking at which they are created. I seek to publish content that dives into environmental, social and governance problems, and provide an insight into them through a unique lens and a deeper level, highlighting common misconceptions and assumptions.
18th Oct 2019 | 23:49
IS CARBON PRICING REALLY ACHIEVING ITS OBJECTIVE?
A key aspect inspected in last Friday’s article was the inclusion of carbon pricing (also commonly referred to as a carbon tax) in the system modelling of the Inevitable Policy Response (IPR). This topic was touched upon in the analysis of how the economic system modelling is comprised, but the implementation of carbon pricing has its own debate and opinions.
4th Oct 2019 | 23:38
FORECASTING THE NEXT STEPS IN THE CLIMATE CRISIS
The need to tackle the climate crisis has already begun taking government policies by the scruff of the neck, and has not just encouraged, but demanded more proactive and pragmatic action to bring the promises of the Paris Agreement into fruition. As decisive action becomes inevitable, one move which we can be supportive of is the collaboration of the public and private sectors. Investors and companies regularly look to anticipate the next ‘’iceberg’ ahead, to understand the asset classes and sectors that are likely to see improvements or deteriorations. Corporate transparency and state initiative together can create faster and more detailed responses to concerns ranging from city development to electric vehicles.
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