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Academic journal publishes CISL research on social impacts of transition to low carbon economies
15 April 2019 – New research from CISL researchers Dr Sanna Markkanen and Dr Annela Anger-Kraavi, which draws on existing literature on the social co-impacts of climate change and implications for inequality, has been published in the academic journal Climate Policy.
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Nexus2020: The most important research questions for business sustainability
8 December 2016 – A new report, which is the result of a unique collaboration between business and academia, highlights the most important questions for businesses around the sustainable management of food, energy, water and the environment.
Located in Resources / Natural Resource Security
Climate change: Implications for superannuation funds in Australia
January 2016 – New study from our Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership, supported by asset manager Colonial First State Global Asset Management, highlights member interest in superannuation fund climate exposure.
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Unhedgeable risk: How climate change sentiment impacts investment
Climate change sentiment could hit global investment portfolios in the short term, says new research.
Located in Research / Research / Current work
What research would enhance business sustainability?
A new project led by the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership is looking at how academic research can help make businesses more sustainable.
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Stability and Sustainability in Banking Reform: Are Environmental Risks Missing in Basel III?
It has always been clear that those who regulate the financial system have a role to play in identifying and mitigating the potentially destabilising effects of environmental risks across the banking system as a whole.
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Environmental risks and investment portfolio value: An Investment Leaders Group research project
This project provides a scientifically sound explanation of how environmental trends such as climate change create investment risks and explores how different portfolios perform under a variety of future climate scenarios. 
Located in Research / Research / Current work
The Nexus Network
The Nexus Network is a three-year initiative to foster debate, innovative research and practical collaborations across the linked ‘nexus’ domains of food, energy, water and the environment. Participation in the network is open to researchers from all disciplines, and to decision makers in government, business and civil society.
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Research projects from our graduate programmes
Our Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership is a Research Degree Programme which requires candidates to undertake a research dissertation on an area of relevance to sustainability leadership.
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