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The Nation: The green new deal is cheaper than climate change

A new joint study on economic losses associated with climate change suggests that seven per cent of global GDP will disappear by 2100 as a result of business-as-usual carbon emissions – including over 10 per cent of incomes in both United…

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De Volkskrant: Minimum price for CO2

The Dutch government should remain committed to a minimum price on carbon emissions to help create momentum for an EU-wide price floor, writes Robert Ritz, Senior Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School. The article is based on the latest…

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Handelsblatt Global: Europe needs a minimum price on carbon emissions

“Adopting a higher price floor for every ton of carbon released during power generation will help EU countries switch from coal to renewables more quickly,” writes Robert Ritz, Senior Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School. The article is based…

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Carbon price floor

The European Union should adopt a minimum price on carbon dioxide from electricity generation to boost low-carbon investment, says a new paper from the Energy Policy Research Group at the University of Cambridge. The European Union should introduce a minimum…

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From EMBA to carbon cables

A project to develop lightweight carbon nanomaterials in airplanes and other transport, which originated as an Executive MBA consulting project at Cambridge Judge, wins recognition from EUREKA to develop prototype materials. An alliance to explore the potential of lightweight carbon…

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Investment Magazine: Pinpointing the price on carbon

Dr Chris Hope, Reader in Policy Modelling at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the price of carbon in relation to climate change. “We have to do something to raise the costs of climate change; regulation will have a bigger…

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Carbon capture

Global learning is needed to save carbon capture and storage from being abandoned, says David Reiner of Cambridge Judge Business School. Carbon capture and storage, which is considered by many experts as the only realistic way to dramatically reduce carbon…

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Phys.org: Carbon capture and storage struggling to be heard amidst growing public debate over fracking

Awareness of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology remains "persistently low" amongst the British public whereas knowledge of fracking is high and growing. These low levels of awareness about CCS could potentially undermine the UK's efforts to utilise the technology…

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Carbon Capture Journal: UK study finds CCS struggling to be heard

The UK Government has ring-fenced £1 billion of public funds for capital construction of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) demonstration projects and will be committing many millions more within the next year to support operating costs. Yet, despite CCS featuring…

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London Evening Standard: Anthony Hilton: Big bonuses are really no incentive

The newspaper investigates how big bonuses impact executives' performance. The research by Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at CJBS, and his colleagues at the Universities of Utah and Purdue, is featured in the heart of the…

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