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

Creutzig, F., Becker, S., Berrill, P., Bongs, C., Bussler, A., Cave, B., Constantino, S.M., Grant, M., Heeren, N., Heinen, E., Hintz, J., Ingen-Housz, T., Johnson, E., Kolleck, N., Liotta, C., Lorek, S., Mattioli, G., Niamir, L., McPhearson, T., Milojevic-Dupont, N., Nachtigall, F., Nagel, K., Närger, H., Pathak, M., de Brichambaut, P., Reckien, D., Reich, L.A., Revi, A., Schuppert, F., Sudmant, A., Wagner, F., Walkenhorst, J., Weber, E., Wilmes, M., Wilson, C., Zekar, A., 2024

Towards a public policy of cities and human settlements in the 21st century

Urban Sustainability

Rodriguez Mendez, Q., Workman, M., Darch, G., 2024

UK net-zero policy design – from optimisation to robustness

Environmental Science & Policy