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Working with institutional investors and companies to build understanding and identification of financial climate risk and lead international research projects on climate finance.

Half of flooding damage left uninsured

Flooding events are hitting many parts of the world, causing big infrastructure damage. But flooding can also have large indirect costs for the global economy. In a new report, CICERO analyses the total costs of four flooding events. An increasing share of costs are left uninsured, the authors warn.

How to attract private climate finance in India

In this project, CICERO and TERI, the Indian Energy and Resources Institute, are examining bilateral climate finance flows from Norway to India, among other countries, to identify how public funds can be used to leverage private climate finance.

California - from electric cars to green bonds

California has fostered the breakthrough of electric cars. Now the sunny state focuses on green bonds.

No investor is safe from extreme weather

Three things investors need to know about Harvey, Irma and future extreme weather.

Opening new frontiers in green finance

What do Islamic investors and EU bureaucrats have in common? Both have entered the green bond market summer 2017.

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Highlighted publications

CICERO MILESTONES 2018. A practitioner's perspective on the Green Bond Market

Knut H. Alfsen, Kristina Alnes, Alexander O. Berg, Christa Clapp, Sophie Dejonckheere, Harald Francke Lund, Bernhard Schiessl, Asbjørn Torvanger