How can research contribute to good climate policy?

How can research contribute
to good climate policy?

From June 9 to 12, MCC is hosting the “What Works Climate Solutions Summit”, a high-level conference for evidence-based climate policy (TU Berlin & video stream). A great opportunity for scientific exchange, policy dialogue, and networking!

Carbon pricing: core instrument for climate policy

Carbon pricing: core instrument for climate policy

Our draft for a socially balanced heat transition, our interactive carbon price calculator, our groundbreaking carbon pricing report for the German government, and more – arranged on our topic page.

The world needs carbon removal on a large scale

The world needs carbon removal on a large scale

It will not be feasible to achieve the temperature targets of the Paris global climate agreement without negative emissions. The MCC Policy Brief provides an overview of relevance, possible technologies, and policy instruments.

MCC research topics consolidated on Youtube

MCC research topics consolidated on Youtube

Click and find out: in our 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.

Science explained for everyone

Science explained for everyone

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

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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.