Policymakers should change some rules – and make more use of others. This follows from an agenda paper by experts from twelve countries in the top journal “Science”.
At the renowned event at Christian Albrechts University, the MCC Director will be painting the big picture on climate policy and geopolitics.
In view of the economic consequences of the Ukraine war, the time has come for “demand-side climate solutions”, writes Felix Creutzig in the top journal Nature.
New study with contributions from MCC introduces a framework for this, and in view of rapid market growth identifies a critical window of opportunity for government action.
The long-time top EU official contributes his knowledge on European climate legislation as a Fellow. Edenhofer: "This reflects a strategic focus."
Study: households in Hungary, Romania, Italy, and the Czech Republic particularly affected. Transfers increase acceptance to give up Russian gas, on the way to climate transition.
A new study shows how climate protection and welfare remain compatible even in the current geopolitical situation: reimbursement of revenues is key.
What does the new global assessment mean for Germany? We discussed this with federal ministries, industry, consumer and non-governmental organisations (in German).
An MCC study based on a high-profile survey explores the specific circumstances that still cause a heavy reliance on this particularly climate-damaging energy source.
Statements from MCC on the report “Mitigation of Climate Change” published today by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, part 3 of the Sixth Assessment Report.