MCC research topics consolidated on Youtube

MCC research topics consolidated on Youtube

Click and find out: in our new series of short videos in English, MCC scientists report on aspects of "Climate & The Economy". Produced from our home offices in corona times.

"Climate Excuses" makes you fit for discussions

"Climate Excuses" makes you fit for discussions

Have you already assorted speech bubbles today? Various argumentation patterns often serve as instruments of a prevention strategy in the climate debate. Our learning game based on an MCC study makes you familiar with them in an entertaining way.

The best way for the world to pull together

The best way for the world to pull together

Five years after the conclusion of the Paris Agreement: based on findings from cooperative research, the new MCC Policy Brief on global cooperation in climate protection outlines a better way to implement the accord.

Carbon pricing: expert report for the German Climate Cabinet

Carbon pricing: expert report for the German Climate Cabinet

Our comprehensive report "Options for a carbon pricing reform", supplementary analyses on distribution effects and international experiences, FAQ and quite a bit more – clearly arranged on our topic page.

Science explained for everyone

Science explained for everyone

On our Blog, MCC researchers communicate crucial information about their lastest scientific findings in an easy-to-digest way. Topics include, for example, coal, carbon pricing, negative emissions, and development.

MCC Europe’s best climate think tank

MCC Europe’s best climate think tank

MCC scientists publish at a particularly high frequency in internationally renowned journals. This led to MCC being ranked as Europe’s best performing climate research institute relative to its size.

An extra 200 million tonnes of CO2 for the EU

A study quantifies the extent to which we are harming the climate through imported goods. The yardstick for attributing emissions to producers and consumers is economic benefit.
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