Moving away from fossil fuels and investing hundreds of billions in renewable energy and energy research is an enormous opportunity for the financial sector and will also mitigate the risk of systemic collapse when it gets stuck with stranded assets as a result of the transition to a low carbon economy.
Although the current set of commitments made as part of the Paris climate agreement are insufficient to solve the problem, the incoming American administration will go to COP 26 in Glasgow with a firm commitment and the return of American leadership.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are declared the winners of the election in the United States stressing that their administration will be about decency, fairness, science, and hope.
This fall IESE held the second edition of its Master in Management program which is a one-year course targeted at young men and women who have recently finished an undergraduate degree in line with the Bologna declaration of 1999. I had the pleasure of teaching a course titled Understanding the World which is part of […]
Since the first Trump/Biden debate was so dysfunctional, and there may not be another one, I suggest watching the full 90 minutes of the Pence/Harris debate if you have not done so already. In my view, the contrast is clear on a large number of issues including that of the environment and climate change.