The project Decoding Sustainable Finance (DSF) is a six episode podcast series addressing sustainable finance from a multidisciplinary perspective, through the following episodes:
- Episode 1: Finance, Investing and Sustainable Development
- Episode 2: The green Taxonomy
- Episode 3: Climate transition and physical risk
- Episode 4: Sustainable Finance and Fintech
- Episode 5: Climate justice
- Episode 6: Strategic litigation and sustainable development
Decoding Sustainable Finance with Tiago de Melo Cartaxo: Climate Transition and Physical Risk
In the third episode of the podcast series “Decoding Sustainable Finance” (DSF), we address the topic of climate transition and physical risk. Hosted by Dussu Djabula and João Maria Botelho this episode features an insightful discussion with Tiago de Melo Cartaxo, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Law at the University of Exeter and Director of Postgraduate Research for Humanities and Social Sciences, Cornwall.
Decoding Sustainable Finance with Nicoletta Centofanti: Finance, Investing and Sustainable Development
In the first episode of the podcast series “Decoding Sustainable Finance” (DSF), we explore the intersection between finance, investing, and sustainable development. Hosted by Dussu Djabula and João Maria Botelho, this episode features an insightful conversation with Nicoletta Centofanti, General Manager of the Luxembourg Sustainable Finance Initiative.
Decoding Sustainable Finance with Paula Redondo Pereira: The Green Taxonomy
In this second episode of the podcast series “Decoding Sustainable Finance” (DSF), we delve into the Green Taxonomy, a classification system that categorizes sustainable activities. Hosted by Raquel Burgoa Dias and João Maria Botelho this episode features an enlightening discussion with Paula Redondo Pereira, the Head of Regulatory Affairs at the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.