Academic Research Centre Overview
The Climate Bonds Initiative is committed to all of our research and work on debt capital markets and climate change solutions being an accessible common good.
Here we organise our reports and materials for academic use. For academic partnership and queries, please contact Aneil Tripathy, our Academic Research Coordinating Consultant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Data Requests
To ensure we continue to have the resources to provide information from our green bonds database for academics, we have a nominal fee for academic data requests. This fee starts at £250 for basic requests and increases with the complexity of the request. We also offer bulk data access for institutions where we have academic partnerships in place.
Please fill out the relevant data request form (attached below) and email it to email@example.com to submit an academic data request. Requests should be submitted using your work or academic address.
Climate Bonds Initiative: Introduction to the work we do in setting standards, policy and advocacy, and providing market intelligence.
Reports: Here are all Climate Bonds white papers, pricing research, and policy reports. Suggested citations are available on each report homepage. We are currently updating our citations so for any citation queries contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Explaining Green Bonds: The basics of green bonds and the market.
Academic Publications by Climate Bonds Affiliates
Harrison, Caroline and Partridge, Candace and Tripathy, Aneil. 2020. "What's in a Greenium: An Analysis of Pricing Methodologies and Discourse in the Green Bond Market." The Journal of Environmental Investing 10(1), Available at http://www.thejei.com/journal/., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=.
Green Bond Pricing Research
We have been conducting pricing research since 2017. Find our first published findings below and subsequent pricing research under our reports tab.
Green Bond Market Participants Surveys
Climate Bonds Initiative Introductory and Historical Documents
Executive Summary (2009)