Tue, 9 November 2021, invite-only event
Climate change related decision-making involves the potential for structural change in the economy; yet the tools we use to make investment decisions are designed to deliver marginal gains to the existing system. The key to low carbon innovation requires bold and intelligent assessment of how to maximise opportunities whilst minimising risks.
At this event, world leading experts in complexity economics, systems thinking, and energy policy will introduce a new conceptual model for policy and investment decision making. The Risk-Opportunity Analysis’ framework, which is part of a programme hosted by the Economics of Energy Innovation and System Transition project, a 3-year Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and CIFF funded initiative, brings together experts in China, Brazil, India, the UK and EU.
It will be introduced in a new flagship report “The New Economics of Innovation and Transitions” and has the potential to transform how governments across the world make climate policy decisions for years to come.
Supported by the Corporate Leaders Group UK.