Our Work

Below is a small selection of the work that we’ve carried out. Click on a topic to see relevant projects.

The end of energy as we know it: stranded assets and creative destruction

Our guest blogger is Jean-Francois Mercure of Cambridge and Radboud universities. Jean-Francois is lead author on a paper published in Nature Climate Change last week, which highlighted the significant macroeconomic and geopolitical consequences of continued investment in foss...

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Where does the environment fit in Cambridge Econometrics’ modelling?

This blog post is the result of a Twitter discussion started by the SIM4NEXUS EU research project and including the economist Kate Raworth, the author of the recently published book 'Doughnut Economics'. On the thread there was general agreement that mainstream neoclassical ec...

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Developing and piloting a UK natural capital stress test

Based on ground-breaking analysis by Cambridge Econometrics and AECOM Infrastructure & Environment ‘Developing and Piloting a UK Natural Capital Stress Test’ highlights the impact of events such as heatwaves, drought and floods on the UK economy. Developing & Pil...

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