Greening China’s Financial Markets: The Risks and Opportunities of Stranded Assets

Inquiry Community: Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment

Inquiry Publications

  • Greening China’s Financial Markets: The Risks and Opportunities of Stranded Assets

    Date: 15-Sep-2014

    “Stranded assets” are assets that have suffered from unanticipated or premature write-downs, devaluations, or conversion to liabilities. Over the course of the last two decades, the challenges surrounding technological innovation, investor behaviour, and business resilience have become magnified in the context of environmental change. In particular, the issue of stranded assets has emerged as a

  • Financial Dynamics of the Environment

    Date: 15-Jul-2014

    This Working Paper was an early mapping study for the Inquiry and  is based on a literature review (of available literature mainly from OECD countries). It summarises the arguments for why the environment and environment-related risks are relevant to the financial system and reviews the main structural barriers preventing the financial system from managing such issues. Key findings include

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