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The ESG Case for E-Commerce

Derek Bingham of Goldman Sachs Research discusses the key ESG challenges of rapidly increasing e-commerce and how companies and investors are addressing these issues.

TOPIC: Carbonomics
Talks at GS

Thomas Dyja, author of New York, New York, New York

Thomas Dyja, author of New York, New York, New York: Four Decades of Success, Excess, and Transformation discusses the history of New York City and the people who have helped define it; the city’s path from the fiscal crisis of the late 1970s to today; and the political, economic and cultural forces that have transformed the city.

Insights from Great Investors

Insights from Great Investors: Antoine Flamarion and Mathieu Chabran, Co-Founders of Tikehau Capital

In this episode, Antoine Flamarion and Mathieu Chabran, co-founders of Tikehau Capital, discuss how they have incorporated ESG into their investment strategy, the process of growing a global firm while cultivating its culture and identity, and the keys to their individual investing success.

Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

How Are Investors Navigating China’s Regulatory Uncertainty?

Goldman Sachs’ Stephanie Hui, Basak Yavuz and Prakriti Sofat of the Asset Management Division describe the impact of China's heightened regulatory scrutiny on the capital markets and the implications for investors.

TOPICS: China | Markets
Top of Mind

The Post-Pandemic Future of Work

As workers have started to return to the office, the extent to which pandemic-related shifts in work will persist—and the implications for workers, companies, cities and beyond—is Top of Mind.


Blockchain + The Capital Markets: Unlocking a New Era of Speed and Transparency

Earlier this year, Goldman Sachs co-led the first public digital issuance on Ethereum public blockchain for the European Investment Bank. Learn how the transaction worked and why it represents a potential sea change in capital markets.


Aluminium’s Climate Paradox

Attempts to move the global economy toward net zero carbon emissions over the next decade will continue to raise the prices of commodities—particularly those needed to develop low-carbon technologies. Aluminium is no exception, yet it poses a unique paradox: It is a necessary element of technologies like electric vehicles and solar panels, but its production generates a lot of carbon—2% of all global emissions. We sat down with Goldman Sachs Research’s Nick Snowdon to hear his view of why aluminium prices are going to keep rising over the next five years.

Goldman Sachs Research

Carbonomics: Introducing the GS Net Zero Carbon Models and Sector Frameworks

Goldman Sachs Research presents modelling for two paths to net zero carbon, with two global models of de-carbonization by sector and technology, leveraging the team’s proprietary Carbonomics cost curve.

TOPIC: Carbonomics
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