Led by the MCC: a new international network under the umbrella of the Campbell Collaboration consolidates findings, identifies knowledge gaps, and facilitates policy advice.
Study: 100 years after Arthur Cecil Pigou’s proposal, questions of its implementation are being resolved in the climate crisis. Carbon pricing is more efficient than regulations and bans.
The MCC Director is to support the eponymous dicastery, a Vatican agency focused on the issues of refugees, the sick, and the poor.
An exceptional entertainment tool based on an MCC study helps you familiarise yourself with the argumentation patterns of climate protection preventers.
Prevent deforestation, promote restoration – an MCC-led study shows this would more likely enable us to achieve the 2-degree target, and could reduce costs immensely.
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.
Prior to the key EU summit, the new Kopernikus research project Ariadne, with the participation of the MCC, illuminates three scenarios for implementation.
Five years after the conclusion of the Paris Agreement: a statement by MCC Director Ottmar Edenhofer and a new MCC Policy Brief with findings from cooperative research.
A meta-study evaluates research on distribution effects. It reveals a favourable condition for corresponding reforms in poorer countries in particular, and the transport sector in general.
Today, the EU has asked the MCC and two other institutes to critically assess unconventional methods of climate protection. 9 million euro of funding for six years.