The MCC calculates when households should switch to fossil-free technologies to avoid or reduce financial burdens.
Revenues could finance a climate money, increase climate protection investments or reduce income taxes.
Stakeholders from economics and politics discuss results of joint work on climate policy with researchers and citizens
How should we deal with tipping points and uncertainties? An MCC-led study extends classical welfare economics with the concept of planetary boundaries.
A study retrospectively calculates for 2022, with regard to CO2 emissions and gross domestic product, the loss of Russian gas and oil and ambitious EU-wide demand savings.
CDR from new technologies must increase 1,300-fold by the year 2050. Joint press release of MCC, SWP, University of Oxford, and University of Wisconsin-Madison.
A model study co-authored by MCC, and published in the top journal JEEM, explores optimal pricing of positive and negative emissions of the climate gas CO2.
A project proposal has won the Leibniz Association's Collaborative Excellence competition and will receive funding for three years from 2023. Edenhofer: “Strategic partnership”.
From 1 December onwards, 24 facts and trends that give hope. Edenhofer: “The idea is to show that climate policy and individual climate action are meaningful.”
Ottmar Edenhofer and Felix Creutzig have made the renowned list of “Highly Cited Researchers 2022”, compiled by the analytics company Clarivate.