The MCC cordially invites to a high-level panel discussion with Robert N. Stavins from Harvard University.
International trade in carbon permits could harm growth in developing countries, and thus jeopardize international cooperation—even though they would benefit financially.
The literature on carbon removal is expanding rapidly—much faster than the field of climate change as a whole. This poses significant challenges for upcoming IPCC assessments.
MCC group leader assumes the chair of Sustainability Economics of Human Settlements at TU Berlin. A former MCC researcher is also appointed to professorship.
A new method developed with MCC participation tracks the progress of climate protection. The bottom line: The 2°C target might still be achieved—but there are reasons for concern.