Kamil Kluza

Kamil is a co-founder and CPO at Climate X, a financial services-focussed and London-based data & analytics firm quantifying climate risk ratings and associated losses at an asset-level scale. Kamil is a statistician and econometrician with a passion for tinkering with all kinds of models that project the future. He has an extensive experience in risk management […]

Dr Janelle Knox-Hayes

Janelle Knox-Hayes is an Associate Professor of Economic Geography and Planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT and the director of the Resilient Communities Lab. Her research focuses on the governance of climate mitigation and adaptation and systems to build socio-economic, cultural and environmental resilience for communities. Her latest projects examine how community […]

Dr Olivier Mahul

Olivier is a financial economist and global expert in decision theory under uncertainty, with applications in development economics, climate finance and disaster risk finance and insurance. Olivier leads the climate and disaster risk finance agenda at the World Bank and co-designed innovative financial instruments such as sovereign parametric catastrophe risk insurance, regional catastrophe risk pools […]

Dr Irene Monasterolo

Irene Monasterolo is Professor of Climate Finance at EDHEC Business School and EDHEC-Risk Institute in Nice (FR). Irene’s research is contributing to understand the role of finance in the low-carbon transition, and the implications of climate change on investment decisions and financial stability. In the context of climate-related financial risks, Irene has co-developed the Climate […]

Ellie Mulholland

Ellis is the Director of the non-profit Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative (CCLI) and a Senior Associate in the climate risk governance team at commercial law firm MinterEllison. As Director of the CCLI, she leads a radical collaboration between partner organisations across the globe, including academic institutions such as the University of Oxford, environmental law […]

Joseph Noss

Noss has more than 15 years of experience in the financial sector. He joined WTW from the G20 Financial Stability Board (FSB), where he led on climate financial regulation for the banking, investment and insurance sectors. Noss played a key role in coordinating the FSB Climate Roadmap, which was published last year and will help […]

Dr Richard L Peterson

Richard Peterson is CEO of MarketPsych Data, an AI-based media monitoring firm. Over 200 sustainability-related themes, controversies, and concepts are measured in news and social media and delivered in data feeds covering over 100,000 companies and 250 countries and territories. The feeds are mapped to frameworks such as SFDR and the UN’s SDGs. MarketPsych’s data […]

Dr Nicola Ranger

Nicola is Deputy Director of the UK Centre for Greening Finance and Investment (CGFI) and Head of Climate and Environmental Risk Research at the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford. Nicola is also a Senior Consultant for the World Bank in the Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation Global […]

Dr Steven Reece

Steve is head of the Machine Learning Research and Data Science cluster in the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group. His team exploits and further develops state-of-the-art machine learning for mapping and characterising assets world-wide that exhibit both environmental and financial risk. Current work is focussed on creating asset level datasets of the world’s most polluting industries […]

Professor Nathalie Seddon

Nathalie Seddon is Professor of Biodiversity and Founding Director of the Nature-based Solutions Initiative in the Department of Biology at the University of Oxford, and Director of the Agile Initiative and co-lead of the Biodiversity and Society Programme at the Oxford Martin School. She is also founding non-executive Director of the Oxford University Social Venture, Nature-based […]