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
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.