From 1 December onwards, 24 facts and trends that give hope. Edenhofer: “The idea is to show that climate policy and individual climate action are meaningful.”
Ottmar Edenhofer and Felix Creutzig have made the renowned list of “Highly Cited Researchers 2022”, compiled by the analytics company Clarivate.
MCC study based on consumer expenditure data examines the combination of a one-off payment and a price brake. Edenhofer: “Substantial relief, but not yet socially balanced.”
Max Callaghan and Jan Minx use artificial intelligence to map out the scientific publication landscape for the new edition of the “Lancet Countdown”.
There is a large ambition and implementation gap in climate policy, with a turnaround still to come. William Lamb led the chapter on emissions in the UNEP Emissions Gap Report.
A study co-authored by MCC in the top journal Nature Energy analyses the situation in the continent's 54 countries. Focus on Ethiopia, South Africa, Mozambique, and Burkina Faso.
Op-ed in the German weekly “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung” shows the way out of the conflict of distribution. A new financial mechanism should help curb consumption.
Group leader Matthias Kalkuhl has now been appointed to a new commission that will develop a concept for relieving the burden on private households and businesses.
MCC calculates the distributional effects of additional costs and possible compensation in Germany, recommending a new relief package for the period to April 2023.
An MCC-led study identifies the success stories to date, taking an innovative approach to policy evaluation. It concludes that climate neutrality is feasible.