The Centre for Climate Finance & Investment undertakes cutting-edge research on how capital markets are responding to global climate change.
Helping investors and policymakers overcome the lack of clarity about risk and opportunities arising in a changing climate. Our research covers five workstreams: Climate Risk Scenarios and Stress Testing; Nature; Clean Energy Investing; Climate Finance Markets and Instruments; and Adaptation and Resilience.
The Centre works closely with the Grantham Institute – Climate Change and the Environment and the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis. Imperial College Business School launched the MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance in September 2016 in partnership with the Grantham Institute.
Nature Investment as a Response to the Climate Crisis: Opportunities in Southeast Asia
ASEAN Renewables Challenges and Opportunities
Are Markets Interested in Adapting to Climate? Insights From Singapore
Forestry-Backed Assets Design
Financial Accounting For Carbon Finance: A New Standard For A New Paradigm
Future of Food Part 3 – Can Markets Save Nature? Investing in Nature to Tackle Biodiversity Loss and Enhance Food Security
Adaptation Bonds: Lessons from the US Municipal Bond Market to Help Close the Adaptation Financing Gap
Information on Hot Stuff: Do Lenders Pay Attention?
Damage Limitation: Cryptocurrencies and Climate Change
Linkages Between GHG Emissions Scenarios, Temperature Rises & Physical Climate Risk Events in South East Asia
The Great Carbon Arbitrage
Net-Zero Carbon Portfolio Alignment
Financial Services and Net Zero: Seizing the Opportunity
Downscaling of Physical Risks for Climate Scenario Design
Climate Infrastructure Investing: Risks and Opportunities for Unlisted Renewables
What Is Climate Risk? A Field Guide for Investors, Lenders and Regulators
Complex but Crucial: The Private Sector and Jurisdictional REDD+ (Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation)
Future of Food Part 2: Nature-based solutions and the quest for low-carbon and climate-resilient agriculture
Voluntary Carbon Markets in ASEAN: Challenges and Opportunities for Scaling Up
Climate Change and the Future of Food
The Race for Green Capital in Emerging Markets
Clean Energy Investing: Global Comparison of Investment Returns
A Guide to Building Climate-Financial Scenarios for Financial Institutions
Research in Development & Thought Pieces
Our female academics: 8 thought leadership articles on cryptocurrency, climate change and more
Davos 2023: Five insights for business leaders and policy makers
2022 in business: 10 of the top IB Knowledge articles of the year
Notes to Researchers
The CCFI works closely with other researchers and centres within Imperial College London. If you are interested to work with the Centre for Climate Finance & Investment please get in touch.