“Judge progress at COP27 against the demands of the science”

The demand for ‘loss and damage’ finance by vulnerable developing countries shows that we are faced with ever greater costs from climate change. This demand featured heavily at the recent COP27. For our December digest, Danae Kyriakopoulou (LSE Grantham Institute), who attended the summit in Egypt’s Sharm El Sheikh, shares her thoughts on its successes and failures.
poppy flowers and other meadow flowers with a view of the sky. Photo by Palle Knudsen.

Frontiers of climate and nature in macroeconomics and finance

The macroeconomic challenges from climate and nature change are constantly becoming more prevalent. At a conference hosted by the Banque de France on October 24-25, 2022, early career researchers presented cutting-edge analysis and policy solutions to tackle these challenges. This digests highlights important moments of this conference.

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