A new study is the first to comprehensively describe the link between land-based CO2 removal and the achievement of the sustainable development goals as defined by the United Nations.
11.06.2019 | Press Release
Planned national legislation saves companies 1.7 billion euros but does not accelerate the rate of employment reductions. A study based on social security data.
03.06.2019 | Press Release
A study shows that a conversion of the vehicle fleet is urgent, yet that its effects will take a long time to set in. Politicians must push forward energy transition, and increase fuel taxes.
15.05.2019 | Press Release
MCC analyses investment leakage of German companies that are affected by EU Emissions Trading System. The first study of its kind based on high quality microdata collected by Germany’s Bundesbank.
10.05.2019 | Press Release
Growing cities should ideally develop a star-shaped form, with interstices for green spaces. That is the key insights of a new study that offers sound guidance for housing development and transportation planners.
06.05.2019 | Press Release
MCC quantified the consequences of higher energy levies on four typical private households, incorporating a recycling of revenues in the form of a uniform per capita reimbursement.
03.05.2019 | Website Release
This is not necessarily true, a new case study highlights. It exemplarily analyses the experience with motorcycle taxis in the 28-million-population Greater Jakarta.
03.04.2019 | Website Release
Expert meeting in Scotland now works on the Sixth Assessment Report, an important scientific basis for further international climate negotiations.
29.03.2019 | Press Release
MCC Director Ottmar Edenhofer: Interim report of the Transport Commission unsatisfactory. Total emissions will only decline if the government finally starts to focus more on mileage.
19.03.2019 | Press Release
Big data analysis reveals: Lack of research on fast growing cities in the global South, especially on topics such as transportation, urban sprawl and household energy use.