Academic research

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    Corporate disclosure of greenhouse gas emissions

    2014-09-10T10:01:00Z

    The reporting of company-wide greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is a complex undertaking for companies and currently a voluntary activity in most European countries.

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    The next generation of scenarios for climate change

    2014-09-10T10:01:00Z

    In this paper Moss et al provide an overview of how scenarios of the future are used in climate change research to aid understanding of how changes in technology, lifestyle, and policies can address the risks of climate change, and outline a new process for developing these scenarios.

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    Expert credibility in climate change

    2014-09-10T10:01:00Z

    This study, published in 2010, aims to evaluate the extent of agreement among climate change scientists with the view of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that “anthropogenic [caused by humans] greenhouse gases have been responsible for most of the unequivocal warming of the

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    Investors' recognition of unburnable carbon

    2014-09-10T10:01:00Z

    This paper analyses the reaction of the US stock market to the initial publication and subsequent media coverage of two climate change studies published in the journal Nature in 2009.

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    Climate change impacts and adaptation in cities

    2014-09-10T10:01:00Z

    With half of the world’s population living in cities, and the proportion increasing, addressing the greenhouse gas emissions from cities on future levels of climate change, and of the effects of climate change on cities, is increasingly relevant.

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    RI Quarterly Vol. 4: Focus on climate

    2014-09-10T10:01:00Z

    Climate-related investment practice is on the verge of rapid change.

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    Stock duration and misvaluation

    2014-04-30T14:38:00Z

    In Stock Duration and Misvaluation, Cremers, Pareek and Sautner (2012) empirically investigate whether the presence of institutional investors with short investment horizons has an impact on stock prices.

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    Environmental and social consequences of climate change

    2014-04-30T14:38:00Z

    In 2012 the UK Government’s Department for Environment, Food Rural Affairs and Environment Agency (DEFRA) produced a Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) evaluating the main climate-related risks and opportunities in eleven sectors in the UK, over the course of the current century to 2100.

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    Long-term capitalism

    2014-04-30T14:38:00Z

    In these articles, Barton and Wiseman outline their view that the short-term approaches to managing and investing in companies, approaches which were responsible for the financial crisis, still exist.

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    Bribes and firm value

    2014-04-30T14:38:00Z

    In Bribes and Firm Value, Zeume investigates whether the ability to use bribes creates company value.