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  • ECF 402 - Environmental Finance Case Study: EU ETS

    Climate change has emerged as a leading environmental challenge facing humankind. Climate change and regulations that are emerging to manage it are driving a fundamental transition towards a carbon constrained economy. Carbon finance in its narrowest sense is a stream of revenues from the creation and transaction of a carbon asset. The practice of ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Garama - Adapting to Climate Change Course

    This new 5-day is aimed at individuals or organisations that need to integrate climate change adaptation into their day-to-day activities and operations. The course provides participants with an understanding of climate science and policy at the global level, with particular reference to the Paris Agreement and its goals, and furnishes them with ...

    By Garama 3C Ltd based in Norwich, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance Programme

    This one-year MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance programme will give graduates the interdisciplinary skills required in business on issues relating to climate change and sustainability. It is based on the increasing range of issues faced by business leaders in the area of climate change and sustainability, such as energy efficiency, risk ...

    By Imperial College Business School based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • C102 Organizational GHG Management

    This certificate is for those focused solely on organizational and corporate GHG management, such as reporting carbon footprints and assessing the risks and opportunities of climate change to your organization.

    By Greenhouse Gas Management Institute based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Training Programs - Certificates Training line

  • ECF 401- Carbon Finance

    This course examines the options open to countries, like Canada, which are signatories to the Kyoto Protocol but which have not yet established a carbon trading system. Among other topics, we compare the relative merits of cap-and-trade, intensity targets and carbon taxes – all of which have been proposed (and some implemented) in Canada. ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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