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28 Apr 2022

PRESS RELEASE: The Climate Governance Initiative announces their partnership with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

The Climate Governance Initiative (CGI), hosted at Hughes Hall, Cambridge, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have established a partnership to enhance corporate climate governance in accordance with international best practice. More →

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04 Apr 2022

IPCC April 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s April 2022 report explains that limiting warming to 1.5C will require global emissions to peak before 2025 and that many pathways to 2C of warming will also require this, but this will not… More →

16 Mar 2022

The CGI’s position on the war in Ukraine

The Climate Governance Initiative fully supports the people of Ukraine and all citizens suffering innocently from the Russian Federation’s unprovoked act of war. We were due to launch a Chapter in Ukraine this month, which will now inevitably be delayed. … More →

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03 Mar 2022

Chapter Zero New Zealand joins the Climate Governance Initiative

The Institute of Directors New Zealand (IoD) today announced that it has joined the global Climate Governance Initiative (CGI) as the host of the national chapter, Chapter Zero New Zealand. More →

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28 Feb 2022

IPCC February 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report concludes that the impacts of climate change are severe, but that humanity can still avoid many of them if it seizes “a brief and rapidly closing window of opportunity”. More →

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23 Nov 2021

COP26 brings a mix of hope and concern

With COP26 having drawn to a close, the Climate Governance Initiative (CGI) can look back on these two weeks with a mix of hope and relief. More →

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09 Aug 2021

IPCC August 2021: The Physical Science Basis

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report shows that human activity is unequivocally driving changes to the climate at an unprecedented scale. The science indicates there is still time to limit temperature rises, but only if we act now, and with ambition. More →