Centre for Climate Finance & Investment

Intelligent investing in a climate of risk

The Centre for Climate Finance & Investment at Imperial College Business School is rigorously analysing investments in clean energy, energy efficiency and low-carbon infrastructure globally.

Our goal is to help investors and policymakers overcome the current lack of clarity about risk and return in these emerging industrial sectors.

Imperial at the UN Climate Change Summit 2016

Charles Donovan, Director of the Centre for Climate Finance & Investment presented at the UN climate conference in Marrakech (COP22), which ran in November. Slides from the talk  Investing in the planet: Green banks and other financial tools to scale up mitigation technologies are available here.

View briefings, blogs and media coverage of Imperial at COP22 here.

Introduction from Dr Charles Donovan

Imperial Business Intelligence

Private equity in the clean energy transformation

22 November 2016 Total venture capital and private equity investment

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Is clean energy a safe bet for individual investors?

14 November 2016 Written by Sarah Salm and Charles Donovan

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Infrastructure investing in an era of technological change

14 November 2016 Climate change is driving a major reassessment

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Waking up to Climate Risk

14 November 2016 20 years ago this coming year, I

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