Environmental Finance and Investments A Book Review

Manuel Alberto M. Ferreira
International Journal of Finance, Insurance and Risk Management, Volume 6, Issue 2, 1148, 2016
DOI: 10.35808/ijfirm/142


The objective of this work is to review the book “Environmental Finance and Investments”, 978-3-662- 48174-5, from Springer Texts in Business and Economics. Chesney, M., Gheyssens, J., Pana, A.C., Taschini, L., Authors of this book, assume in the presentation three main benefits : 1. Analyses emissions markets in a real options setting, 2. Provides a clear description of the dynamic decision-making processes of emitting companies in the context of the EU ETSI, 3. Written for undergraduate and graduate students, journalists, policy makers and NGOs. It is composed of seven chapters: - Introduction Chesney, Marc (et al.) - The Issue of Climate Change Chesney, Marc (et al.) - International Efforts to Tackle Climate Change Chesney, Marc (et al.) - The Economics of Mitigation Chesney, Marc (et al.) - Economic Growth and the Environment Chesney, Marc (et al.) - The Finance of Environmental Investments Chesney, Marc (et al.) - Emission Price Dynamics Chesney, Marc (et al.)

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