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

Jakob, M., Afionis, S., Ahman, M., Antoci, A., Arens, M., Ascensao, F., van Asselt, H., Baumert, N., Borghesi, S., Brunel, C., Caron, J., Cosbey, A., Droege, S., Evans, A., Iannucci, G., Jiborn, M., Kander, A., Kulionis, V., Levinson, A., De Melo, J., Moerenhout, T., Monti, A., Panezi, M., Quirion, P., Sager, L., Sakai, M., Sesmero, J., Sodini, M., Solleder, J.M., Verkuijl, C., Vogl, V., Wenz, L., Willner, S. , 2022

How trade policy can support the climate agenda

Science
23.06.2022

Kaack, L., Donti, P., Strubell, E., Kamiya, G., Creutzig, F., Rolnick, D., 2022

Aligning artificial intelligence with climate change mitigation

Nature Climate Change
09.06.2022