Christopher Wright - Newsroom articles
CBA goes green with $650m bond 30 Mar 2017
Australian Banking and Finance
Australian Banking and Finance quoted Professor Christopher Wright and Sydney Environment Institute about the Commonwealth Bank issuing a climate bond that raised $650 million to fund renewable and low-carbon projects.
What if: Trump’s energy policies in 2019 29 Mar 2017
Sydney Business Insights
Professor Christopher Wright and Associate Professor Jane Le were interviewed by Sydney Business Insights, about the potential future of global energy markets as a result of Trump's presidency in the US.
ABC News 24’s Weekend Breakfast
Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on ABC News 24’s Weekend Breakfast about the economics of climate change and the benefits of renewable energy targets.
Professor Christopher Wright co-authored an article with Professor Michael Mann from Pennsylvania State University, published in The Guardian. The article argued that sound, evidence-based climate policy is overrun by groups with vested interests.
The Conversation published an article co-authored by Professor Christopher Wright from the Business School about how businesses and corporations have responded to climate change risks.
Beyond the market fetish: Using renewables to build political momentum for climate action 17 Mar 2016
Renew Economy published an article by Professor Christopher Wright about the role of business in addressing climate change.
Sustainable future talks 02 Mar 2016
Professor Christopher Wright was mentioned by the Wentworth Courier with regards to his participation in a 'sustainable future' public forum, at The Scots College.
The Guardian published an article by Professor Christopher Wright about balancing climate change fears and the reality of business.
Paris Climate vs Big Business 08 Dec 2015
Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on 2SER FM about the final negotiations at the Paris Climate Summit.
ABC The Drum
An article published on The Drum mentioned the work of Professor Christopher Wright in analysing the complex relationship between corporations and climate change.