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With days to go until COP26, Chair of Cambridge Econometrics Richard Lewney calls for more ambitious decarbonisation targets and a Just Transition. Richard shares top scenario analysis insights using our global macroeconomic model E3ME.
Richard Lewney, Chair of Cambridge Econometrics, shares five key outcomes from a joint modelling project with UN PAGE estimating the likely impacts of South Africa’s Covid-19 Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan. Richard suggests that there is an opportunity for South Africa…
This blogpost is based on Chapter 5 of Cambridge Econometrics’ shortlisted Indigo Prize entry entitled: “Virtually ignored – how we’re failing to measure the 21st century economy”, by Sachin Babbar, Michael Lee, Richard Lewney & Jack Spencer.