At the world climate conference, MCC researchers are focusing on topics such as the 1.5 degree target, the threat of continued coal emissions, and atmospheric carbon removal.
8-10 September 2021, simultaneously at Berlin, Milan and Oxford: a showcase for how international events can be conducted in a way consistent with a zero-emission future.
MCC’s own Brigitte Knopf, Jan Steckel and Felix Creutzig will be chatting live on Twitter for two hours. Just tweet your question with #KlimaChat as a hashtag.
Discussion (IN GERMAN) in the framework of the weekly series "Das FORUM – Die Debatte im Inforadio" on Tuesday, 3 December 2019, on the EUREF Campus.
From 2-14 December 2018 the United Nations climate change conference COP24 will take place in Katowice, Poland.
The conference the run-up to the 24th UN Climate Change Conference (COP24) in Katowice, Poland, took place from November 29-30, 2018 at MCC, Berlin.
At an international workshop at the MCC, scientists from various disciplines discussed how to deal with the growing mountain of climate literature.
At the COP23 in Bonn, the MCC is again strongly represented. The researchers are focusing on topics such as carbon prices and sustainable development in Africa.
At the “Berlin Science Week”, MCC researcher Jan Steckel discusses the question of why many countries still rely on coal—despite ambitious climate goals.
At a MCC discussion, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa talked about several climate policy topics in regards to COP23.