Climate protection, food security and affordable energy are not mutually exclusive, shows a new study co-authored by the MCC. The competition for land is a key issue.
22.05.2018 | Press Releases
Several new MCC studies find significant differences in the potentials and risks of negative emissions technologies.
16.05.2018 | Press Releases
The MCC Director receives the Romano Guardini Prize from the Catholic Academy of Bavaria. The ceremony will be held in Munich in July.
10.04.2018 | Website Releases
A new MCC study shows that climate protection and growth in Africa are compatible—if the countries cooperate and costs continue to fall.
09.04.2018 | Website Releases
The IPCC has announced the authors of its next Assessment Report. MCC group leader Felix Creutzig has a leading role in a key chapter.
04.04.2018 | Website Releases
Behavior, lifestyles and social norms have a major impact on emissions. Climate research should learn more about this so-called “demand-side”, writes MCC’s Felix Creutzig in “Nature Climate Change”.
29.03.2018 | Website Releases
In his speech to the Security Council, the minister referred to arguments of the MCC Director, who was the sole guest in the ministry's delegation.
23.03.2018 | Website Releases
A combination of land and bequest taxes could help close the gap between rich and poor without hampering economic growth, suggests a new study co-authored by the MCC.
28.02.2018 | Website Releases
A new study, co-authored by the MCC, finds that participation in carbon pricing systems pays off even for countries that act egoistically—if climate pioneers go ahead.
23.02.2018 | Press Releases
MCC Director Edenhofer to also take with Johan Rockström joint lead of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.