Climate policy: Time to act

Emissions must be reduced quickly, and ultimately to zero. This is shown by the "Carbon Clock" of the MCC. It is based on the remaining CO2 budget (in tonnes) quantified by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Current publications

Leimbach, M., Hübler, M., Mahlkow, H., Montrone, L., Bukin, E., Felbermayr, G., Kalkuhl, M., Koch, J., Marcolino, M., Pothen, F., Steckel, J., 2024

Macroeconomic structural change likely increases inequality in India more than climate policy

Environmental Research Letters
09.04.2024

Kalkuhl, M., Kögel, N., Stomper, A., Gerstmeier, F., 2024

Höhe und Verteilung der gesellschaftlichen Kosten heizbedingter Emissionen

Project report FEIRE – Financing Ecological Investments in Real Estate
08.04.2024

Edenhofer, O., Franks, M., Kalkuhl, M., Runge-Metzger, A. , 2024

On the Governance of Carbon Dioxide Removal - A Public Economics Perspective

FinanzArchiv / European Journal of Public Finance
27.03.2024