Investing in the Future 4 results

The CUSP work programme is looking at sustainable finance from various angles. Through our transdisciplinary research and by combining the different perspectives, we aim to reach a richer understanding of investment and shed light on issues that have hampered the development of a green economy and more sustainable forms of prosperity.

A competitive economy needs an ambitious low carbon policy | Blog by Nick Molho

The new government will need to have an ambitious and stable low carbon policy at the heart of its project to support the UK’s competitiveness and deliver export opportunities for its businesses, argues Nick Molho, CUSP co-investigator and executive director of the Aldersgate Group.

Seeking a sustainable finance plan for the UK | Blog by Alex White

As part of its involvement in CUSP, the Aldersgate Group is launching a one-year project to understand how to increase private investment in green infrastructure. In her blog, project lead Alex White explains how we will be looking at the most material barriers and considering the solutions to incentivise greater investment in the projects that will underpin the UK’s upcoming policy packages.

Investing in the economy of tomorrow | Blog by Tim Jackson

Savings and investment represent a fundamentally prudential aspect of human behaviour. They embody a commitment to a shared future. In this blog, Tim Jackson looks at what tomorrow’s economy will be like and what role investment plays in it.

Understanding investment for sustainable prosperity — breaking down the silos | Blog by Fergus Lyon

At CUSP we're looking at sustainable finance from various angles. By combining transdisciplinary perspectives, we aim to provide a richer understanding of investment and shed light on issues that have hampered the development of a green economy and more sustainable forms of prosperity.