As a student on the MSc Carbon Finance programme I have acquired an important amount of knowledge in this relatively new branch of Environmental Finance. The School has exposed me to state of the art knowledge delivered by Faculty across Carbon Markets, Carbon Accounting, and Low Carbon Investments topics. Want to know more about the programme, it’s courses and the projects we’re working on? Read on…
University of Edinburgh Business School has developed a strategic partnership with China’s leading business school – Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management – extending the already successful collaboration between the two universities.
Congratulations to Theodor Cojoianu, MSc Carbon Finance student, who recently won the Best European Masters’ Thesis Award for his paper on Shale Gas and Hydraulic Fracturing.
To be honest, I never thought I would take a Masters degree. I never considered myself to be brilliant academically. Thus when I enrolled on the Msc Carbon Finance programme I expected my mind to be blown, and not in the good way. Nevertheless, here I am, sitting on my couch, recalling the awesome events of the past 4 months with fondness.
How can sustainable businesses access additional revenue in the form of carbon finance? Chris Stephenson, MSc Carbon Management, has traveled to rural Malawi to explore solutions that will specifically avoid deforestation.