After seven years, the IPCC's next major review of climate policy is now taking shape. Two group leaders from our institute are coordinating chapters on important topics.
There are already approaches for Corona – soon also for climate policy? An article in the top journal "Nature" describes the road to a new level of research synthesis.
The principle of "common but differentiated responsibilities" and "global net zero emissions": a study shows there are several ways forward, but all entail risks of unfairness.
Germany's first chair of climate and development economics in Cottbus. Institute Director Ottmar Edenhofer: this is a milestone in our cooperation with universities.
Advanced research on optimal policy: if the state enforces carbon pricing, it does not have to be at the expense of those with lower incomes; they can even benefit.
Worldwide, only 24 countries might be called a frontrunner – and the minimum necessary reduction in annual emissions, 4 percent per year, has so far been achieved almost nowhere.
In a comprehensive research project a global team of experts explores the connection between "demand-side climate solutions" and "human well-being".
Promising announcements before, and at, the world climate conference in Glasgow. Policy briefs on perspectives in India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.
The MCC Director receives the "Arthur Burckhard Prize 2021" as a "pioneer and expert in the field of carbon pricing".
Showing highs for all climate killers and all sectors, an MCC-led project provides policymakers with the most comprehensive overview of global greenhouse gas emissions to date.