How cities influence emissions

In this video MCC director Ottmar Edenhofer explains, why the institute is located on the EUREF campus and which influence cities can have on CO2 emissions.
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Technology against climate change

MCC director Ottmar Edenhofer has shown within the IPCC that there are several mitigation pathways to lead to the 2 degree target. In this video he explains which portfolio of technologies is necessary.
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Expensive Non-action

In a new editorial Sabine Fuss writes why the scope of action becomes more expensive while – although facing rising CO2 emissions – the international community does not act.
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International conference in Berlin

In his opening speech at the conference "The Interfaces of Science and Policy and the Role of Foundations," Ottmar Edenhofer presented his understanding of the relationship between science and politics for discussion.
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"The problem from hell"

In a lecture at the MCC Harvard professor Martin Weitzman explains why the challenges of climate change have yet to be acknowledged by the population on a grassroots level.
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Less debt through carbon pricing

Emission pricing is one of the most important ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It does not only help the environment - but also the tax policy.
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MCC runs and runs and runs

Ten MCC staff members participated at Germany’s largest team relay. "The Common Grounders" und „The Common Runners“ have boosted the institute’s common spirit.
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Public Finance Interviews

In these video interviews five speakers of the MCC's Public Finance Workshop talk about the economic outcome of carbon pricing.
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