Voting in Environmental Finance's 18th Annual Market Rankings closes soon
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European energy companies enter market
Leading weather risk specialists see hedging demand growing from energy companies in Europe and the agriculture sector in the US. Joe Walsh reports
Innovation increases in static market
While Hurricane Matthew attracted most attention, 2016 also saw some significant innovation in the cat bond market, says Joe Walsh
Back to the (uncertain) future
Despite setbacks in some key markets, the winners of this year's Environmental Finance Market Rankings are generally bullish about the growth of existing trading systems and the creation of new ones
Annual Market Rankings winners revealed
Environmental Finance is proud to announce the winners in its 17th Annual Market Rankings.
Deadline extended in Environmental Finance's 17th annual Market Rankings
Nominations close on Friday 4 November 2016
Ready for take-off
Global environmental markets are recovering from a range of setbacks and are poised for significant growth, according to the winners of this year's Environmental Finance Market Rankings
A maturing market
The catastrophe bond market saw growth slow in 2015, but demand for other risk transfer mechanisms remains strong, says Peter Cripps
Renewables and El Nino shake up the weather risk market
The rapid growth of renewable energy and a strong El Nino were major influences on the weather risk hedging market in 2015, says Graham Cooper
Time is running out to vote in the 16th Environmental Finance Annual Market Rankings
There are only a few days left to vote in the Environmental Finance Annual Market Rankings – the largest and most closely watched survey of the world's environmental markets.