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Careers and climates

Becoming and being a climate finance practitioner

Aneil Tripathy

Since 2008, “climate finance” and other forms of explicitly labeled “moral money” have grown rapidly. Climate finance is composed of investment instruments such as green bonds that are directed toward projects labeled as “climate change solutions

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A moral turn in finance?

Labeling, purpose, and the morality of markets

Giulia Dal Maso, Aneil Tripathy, and Marc Brightman

turn in finance ( Roberts 2013 ). Its declared purpose is to rescue the world from the “externalities” of capitalism while keeping the motor of capitalism alive and well. To this end, sustainable and climate finance aim to tap into the crisis of the

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Bridging “green” asymmetries through crises

How a Chinese green bond has landed in Portugal

Giulia Dal Maso

situation. As I illustrate, issues of financial distribution and energy transition situate the green bond within complex social and spatial relations that call to recontextualize climate finance, not as a separate domain but as an inherent factor in larger

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The ethics of ESG

Sustainable finance and the emergence of the market as an ethical subject

Matthew Archer

consideration of risk and return, a basic tenet of contemporary finance. Sarah Bracking (2019) shows how risk plays an increasingly important role in what she calls the “climate finance dispositive ” and what we might think of as a more general sustainable

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The COVID-19 Pandemic and Climate Change

Expressions of Global Ecological and Societal Misbalances

Harry G. J. Nijhuis and Laurent J.G. van der Maesen

wanted to use the term “phase down.” The question of inefficient subsidies was accepted, as was the need to mobilize climate finance, and to support the developing countries beyond $100 billion per year. Next to that the United States and China promised