More opportunities than expected allow us to stay below the 1.5⁰C warming threshold ‒ although carbon budget still remains very tight.
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02.11.2018 | Website Release
In a new policy paper, co-authored by Prof. Dr. Sabine Fuss, researchers state that employing bio energy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) would create new jobs in other sectors.
01.11.2018 | Website Release
The Institute has joined forces with various partners in the field of development policy. Valuable local knowledge will be integrated into the research agenda.
17.10.2018 | Website Release
A new study co-authored by the MCC suggests a framework that helps to overcome the barriers for climate policy through a sequencing of policy measures.
11.10.2018 | Website Release
In a new Policy Paper co-authored by the MCC, researchers confront five common “myths” against a carbon price floor in the EU ETS.
08.10.2018 | Press Release
MCC group leader Sabine Fuss highlights the need for rapid and ambitious near-term emission reduction to reduce the reliance on carbon removal.
20.09.2018 | Press Release
In "Nature", MCC researchers advocate the ethical evaluation of negative emission technologies. They call for an interdisciplinary collaboration.
31.07.2018 | Press Release
A new MCC study shows that earmarking, transparency and fair distribution are often decisive. Switzerland could serve as a role model.
17.07.2018 | Website Release
A new study co-authored by the MCC shows for many countries how much a CO2 price could contribute to financing the UN's sustainable development goals.
13.07.2018 | Website Release
The MCC Director spoke to the panel of experts this Friday. He presented possibilities for a rapid reduction of greenhouse gases in the German energy system.