MCC scientist Creutzig explains, in which cities a modal shift from car to public transit and cycling can protect the climate.
A new study contends that the incorporation of value assumptions in scientific scenarios can improve the usability of those scenarios for decision-makers in politics and business.
A new MCC study shows: Such an authority could reduce political uncertainty and stabilize investors’ expectations on the EU ETS.
A new MCC study shows that progress in climate change mitigation is hinged on the alleviation of poverty in the developing and emerging countries.
An artikcle by lead author Sabine Fuss shows: In order to meet the 2-degree target, industrial-scale use of the yet unexplored BECCS technology would be required.
MCC director Ottmar Edenhofer has climbed up the FAZ`s ranking of economic researchers achieving place eleven.
Sabine Fuss has been appointed a member of the GCP Scientific Steering Committee, where she will lead a research initiative called Managing Global Negative Emissions (MaGNET).
In the journal “Science” Ottmar Edenhofer and other leading authors comment on deleted content and the strengths and weaknesses of the IPCC process in a series of articles.
MCC and TU Berlin signed a cooperation agreement to join forces to advance practical policy advice in climate economics.
MCC group leader Felix Creutzig Researchers advocates for climate policy to combat euro crisis - and sees energy policy as a key EU joint project.