Mark Nicholls

Mark Nicholls is editorial director at Environmental Finance Publications, which publishes newsletters and magazines covering growing relevance of environmental and social issues to the financial community and its corporate clients.
Launched in 1999, the flagship magazine Environmental Finance specialises in coverage of environmental markets – such as those for greenhouse gas emissions allowances and renewable energy certificates. It also covers responsible investment, environmental risk management, corporate social responsibility, renewables financing and weather risk management. He also helps oversee Carbon Finance, a specialist newsletter focusing on carbon trading, greenhouse gas emissions management, and the impact of climate policies on business and finance.
 Over the last 12 years, Mark has developed a particular specialty in business and policy responses to climate change, specifically in the emerging carbon markets created by, or linked to, the Kyoto Protocol. In 2000, he was named Socially Responsible Investment Journalist of the Year (trade press), in an award sponsored by Friends Provident.
Prior to co-founding Environmental Finance, Mark was the Hong Kong-based Asia editor for Risk magazine, which is the leading financial derivatives and risk management publication. He has a degree in Politics from Durham University and a masters degree in European Politics and Policy from the London School of Economics.

Recent Past Lectures
Part of a conference

Part Four: Panel Discussion - The Colour of Bubbles Red, White or Green?

John Elkington
Friday, 4 November 2011 - 3:00PM