April 2019
University of Oxford, Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC-Mistral), United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)
This paper, Infrastructure for Sustainable Development, analyses the role of infrastructure in directly and indirectly impacting progress on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and provides evidence of both the threat and opportunity infrastructure presents to reaching the global goals.
March 2019
United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), University of Oxford, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
This report aims to enhance understanding of the implications, capacity needs and enabling conditions for trade liberalization of environmentally sound technologies (ESTs), with focus on developing countries. It focuses its analysis on five ESTs, namely solar photovoltaic cells (PVs), water filters, waste incinerators, gas filtering machinery, hemp and flax fibers.
November 2018
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), University of Oxford
This report, The development and use of biodiversity indicators in business: an overview , builds on a suite of work focused on providing guidelines and tools specifically for business, and it is intended to contribute to the ongoing dialogue on biodiversity indicators within Europe and beyond.
EconomistUniversity of Oxford
27 August 2017 to 2 September 2017

Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom

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Face-to-face
University of Oxford
The School will address key elements of the new economy transformation, exploring the cutting edge methods and policy applications in ecological economics. With a clear sustainable development focus, it will draw on the expertise of a range of disciplines: economics, ecology, physics, environmental sciences, sociology, psychology, complex systems theory, etc. to address the current challenges: climate change, biodiversity loss, resource depletion, water shortages, social cohesion and achieving sustainability.
9 July 2017 to 21 July 2017

Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom

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Face-to-face
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment (SSEE), University of Oxford
This intensive programme from, 9 - 21 July 2017, teaches from the Summer School for Enterprise and Environment (SSEE) strengths in environmental economics and policy, enterprise management, and financial markets and investment. It will explore how we study critical global environmental challenges in the 21st century through the combination of rigorous science and diverse stakeholder engagement and the value of the environment to enterprise.
11 July 2016 to 22 July 2016

Oxford, United Kingdom

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Face-to-face
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment (SSEE), University of Oxford

Aimed mainly at current university students and recent graduates, the Summer School combines environmental economics and policy, enterprise management, and financial markets and investment to study critical global environmental challenges in the 21st century. 

14 August 2016 to 26 August 2016

Oxford, United Kingdom

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Face-to-face
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment (SSEE), University of Oxford, Global Climate Adaptation Partnership (GCAP)
This continuing professional development course is developed and run by a partnership between the Oxford University's Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment (SSEE) and the Global Climate Adaptation Partnership (GCAP).
July 2014
Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System (UN Environment Inquiry), University of Oxford, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment (SSEE)

This Working Paper was commissioned by the UNEP Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Finance System (“the Inquiry”) to feed into its process of analysis and knowledge dissemination. This Working Paper has attempted to do three things:

June 2009
Oxford University Press

This article describes a multidisciplinary study of market-based policies for controlling air pollution in China. While previous studies have examined the costs and benefits of pollution control separately, this approach determines them together using an economy–environment model for China.

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