NEW MARKET HYPOTHESISCENTRAL BANK DIGITAL CURRENCYHOW TO SAVE THE PLANETENERGY & CLIMATE POLICY

NEW MARKET HYPOTHESIS

The problem of climate systemic risk

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CENTRAL BANK DIGITAL CURRENCY

The case for a positive carbon price

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HOW TO SAVE THE PLANET

Carbon Quantitative Easing

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ENERGY & CLIMATE POLICY

Hypothesis for a Risk Cost of Carbon

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Global financial system unstable?

World faces wave of epic debt defaults, fears central bank veteran The global financial system has become dangerously unstable and faces an avalanche of bankruptcies that will test social and political stability, a leading monetary theorist has warned. “The situation is worse than it was in 2007. Our macroeconomic ammunition to fight downturns is essentially…

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COP21 – A Large Gap in National Commitments Remains

In the lead up to COP21 meeting in Paris, the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) gave an assessment of the likely effectiveness of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC’s) for mitigating greenhouse pollution and limiting Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW).   According to CAT, all G20 members have presented their INDC’s to the UNFCCC for a proposed Paris Agreement at COP21….

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MIT Climate CoLab Competition (2015-2016)

Proposal for  Global Climate Action Plan by  global4c.org Solar Dollars: The World Currency to Price and Finance Carbon Mitigation The Global 4C project has entered the Solar Dollar policy concept into the 2015-2016 MIT Climate CoLab competition as a global climate action plan. Please vote for our proposal in the competition. The Solar Dollar is…

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3rd Hague Peace Conference eBook

Veronica’s Letter – Accepted by the 3rd Hague Peace Conference The 3rd Hague Peace Conference is historically important as it was originally planned to take place in 1915 to improve international rules and institutions for the prevention of war. The conference was stopped because of the outbreak of World War One. 100 years later, the conference…

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Veronica’s Letter to the Hague

Veronica’s Letter – Accepted by the 3rd Hague Peace Conference The 3rd Hague Peace Conference is historically important as it was originally planned to take place in 1915 to improve international rules and institutions for the prevention of war. The conference was stopped because of the outbreak of World War One. 100 years later, the conference…

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The Truth About Climate Change

The awful truth about climate change no one wants to admit Updated by David Roberts on May 15, 2015 See article here. This article explains in clear terms a very difficult problem – a problem that most people would prefer to ignore. Even many scientists are probably unaware of the physical, economic, and social limitations that…

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Global 4C First Conference Paper (Online)

World Currencies for Sustainability World Economics Association IDEAS TOWARDS A NEW INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE? A conference from the WEA 15th May – 15th July, 2015 Access Paper Here Global 4C has published online the first conference paper at the WEA Conference. Please provide your comments on the conference website. Please cite the following paper as:…

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The Earth Statement

2015 is a critical year for humanity See #EarthStatement. Written by 17 world-leading scientists, the Earth Statement clarifies, in eight essential elements, what the international climate agreement in Paris in December should achieve in order to provide the world with a good chance of avoiding dangerous climate change. The first essential element is a commitment to…

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Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance

A Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance (The Lab) is an initiative of the UK, German, and U.S. governments to support the identification and piloting of cutting edge climate finance instruments. It aims to drive billions of dollars of private investment into climate change mitigation and adaptation in developing countries. Seven instruments were selected from about 90 entrants. The seven…

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