Educational Videos

Below are some great bitesize sections taken from webinars hosted by Michael Azlen. 

The videos provide an outline to the scientific evidence in relation to climate change and its potential impacts on society and the public equity and debt markets. The carbon markets are introduced to explain these important policy instruments as well as the investment risks and opportunities created by climate change.


Carbon Cap - Introduction (2 mins)



Cap & Trade Explained - Part 1 (6 mins)


Cap & Trade Explained - Part 2 (4 mins)


The difference betweeen voluntary & compliance carbon markets (3mins)



Climate Change - Part 1 (12 mins)


Climate Change - Part 2 (10 mins)


Introduction to the World Carbon Fund (11 mins)



Carbon as an asset class (8 mins)


What is carbon trading? | CNBC International (7 mins)

Contact us to speak to any of our experts about climate change.


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