MCC’s cooperation on “Governance of the Global Commons” with the Hertie School of Governance has started.
A new MCC study advocates the expansion and refinement of the debate around growth as well as the search for a new definition of welfare and prosperity.
MCC director Edenhofer in the newspaper FAZ defends the ifo President Hans-Werner Sinn who was attacked very sharply.
The MCC, following a successful setup phase, focuses even more strongly on producing assessments.
The PNAS paper by Felix Creutzig has received a lot of media attention: The BBC, Haaretz and the SZ – among others – reported on it.
Director of MCC elected as member of the National Academy of Science and Engineering acatech in January.
Shorter commutes, more bike paths, higher fuel prices: The particular policy has to be adjusted to the city type.
MCC researcher Michael Jakob talked with the “The Guardian” about his “Nature” comment on the amount of fossil fuel the world can still use.
MCC scientist Creutzig explains, in which cities a modal shift from car to public transit and cycling can protect the climate.
A new study contends that the incorporation of value assumptions in scientific scenarios can improve the usability of those scenarios for decision-makers in politics and business.