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The IPCC report has issued a code red, calling for immediate climate policy action. But what are the macroeconomic consequences of climate policy inaction, or action? Economist Zsófi Kőműves unpacks this question, using analysis from Cambridge Econometric’s Sustainable Investm…
Sustainable Investment Manager János Hidi explores how central banks will be affected by climate change and why our global macroeconomic model E3ME is key to preparing for the economic transition that lies ahead.
Central banks find themselves at the centre of a climate-induce…
János Hidi argues that investors must act now if they are to be prepared for the climate transition, taking climate scenario analysis to the next level. János introduces the key elements of Cambridge Econometric’s global macroeconomic model E3ME that supports the Climate MAPS S…
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