Sam Maule

Policy Advisor, E3G

Sam Maule is a policy advisor for E3G working on their European climate finance programme. E3G are the independent experts on climate diplomacy and energy policy, working to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy. Before joining E3G, Sam spent 3 years at the Bank of England as a financial market analyst.

http://sam.maule@e3g.org
https://www.e3g.org/people/sam-maule
What Next For Carney's Climate Task

What Next For Carney's Climate Task Force?

As things stand then, under the Task Force's framework companies are unlikely to measure the risks of climate policy failure or rapid climate policy 'success'. That doesn't bode well for their management.
20/03/2017 15:30 GMT
Can We Fix Climate Change Whilst Continuing to

Can We Fix Climate Change Whilst Continuing to Grow?

Thomas Malthus famously argued that the human population was doomed to collapse because, as it continued to grow, food production would not be able to keep up, preventing the population's previously inexorable rise. When Malthus was writing, at the end of the 18th century, the world's population was around 1 billion. It is now roughly 7 billion.
21/02/2012 11:19 GMT
St. Paul's Protesters Are Right, Now We Need

St. Paul's Protesters Are Right, Now We Need Action

The picture would be quite different if the top 1% were our country's doctors and teachers. A study by the New Economics Foundation has shown that leading city bankers, with incomes of £500,000 or more, destroy £7 of social value for every £1 they earn. By comparison, hospital cleaners generate £10 of social value for every £1 they earn.
13/11/2011 23:36 GMT