An MCC-led study sheds light on the impact of various policy instruments on everyday lifestyles. It deals with savings of 350 million tonnes of CO2 per year worldwide.
On the basis of real expenditure budgets. Despite additional expenses for fuel and heating, many people can actually benefit. Edenhofer: "We hope this facilitates a rational debate."
Statement by MCC Secretary General Brigitte Knopf on the legislative proposals presented today to implement the new EU climate targets and the Green Deal.
A project with MCC participation for the UK Foreign Office. Large research gaps on co-benefits and trade-offs still to be filled. Further research with focus on the global South.
Freight services, floor space, meat consumption: a new MCC-led study describes the various drivers of greenhouse gas emissions more comprehensively and precisely than ever before.
Brussels sets ambitious targets with the European Green Deal, so how can we ensure that all member states go along with them? An economic study on decision-making in groups of states gives us clues.
An MCC-led study shows that most people would actually benefit. A representative sample of 156,000 German households was used to examine five policy alternatives.
MCC uses the example of hospital admissions of the elderly in Germany to show the importance of tackling the climate crisis, with an analysis for all 8,000 postcode areas.
The issue of "negative emissions" is moving up the agenda, and governments are setting concrete goals. MCC provides an overview of the state of knowledge.
MCC refutes errors in the current climate policy debate. The “Spiegel" reports on it in detail, and warns against thrashing out the issue in the Bundestag election campaign.