We advise international organisations, governments and private sector clients on the design, implementation and impact of carbon pricing instruments and climate policy to transition towards a low-carbon economy in order to achieve the 2030 targets set by the Nationally Determined Contributions of the Paris Agreement.
Urbanisation is a defining phenomenon of this century, and effective patterns of city and infrastructure development increase growth and living standards, create business and employment opportunities, reduce environmental footprint, and foster social inclusion.
Our Earth Observation practice group utilises remote sensing data and other data sets for spatial economic analysis.
The energy and industrial sectors face enormous challenges and opportunities driven by changes in market structure, shifts in global supply and demand, and the underlying transition toward a low carbon economy.
Securing sustainable and inclusive economic growth across the globe is fundamental to economic prosperity, environmental stewardship, and broader human development and well-being.
The efficient development, extraction and management of exhaustible and renewable resources is a major contributor to economic output and quality of life, and is critical to the long-term maintenance of natural capital.
Financial markets form the heart of our economic system, and an understanding of financial market dynamics is critical to the performance and economic contribution of private financial institutions, public treasuries, and central banks.
Vivid was commissioned by the Global Green Growth Institute to carry out a Green Growth Performance Assessment (GGPA) in Myanmar. […]
Vivid Economics was engaged by Exeter City Futures to carry out an economic evaluation of the development of business innovation […]
This report sets out recommendations on the use of econometric models for wastewater cost assessment in England and Wales. The […]
Vivid worked in partnership with the Greater London Authority, National Trust and Heritage Lottery Fund to produce a natural capital account for London’s public green […]
Financing the shift to a low carbon energy system will require incremental investments of US$700 billion per year by 2030 […]
To meet the commitments set out in the Paris Agreement, new and creative sources of finance will need to be […]