A new study considers this a key factor in dealing with climate change. Tenants should rather pay a fixed share of the harvest than a fixed amount of money.
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22.01.2020 | Press Release
A novel research approach filters out measures with the best side effects and lowest social costs. Concept can also identify priorities for other countries.
20.01.2020 | Press Release
Using India as an example, an MCC study analyses population movements away from rural areas. Particularly low-skilled people are looking for housing and jobs.
02.01.2020 | Press Release
Study highlights: government can reduce fossil fuel subsidies without upsetting the population. Lessons learnt also apply to other countries.
19.12.2019 | Press Release
Survey of experts from the IPCC and the UN climate change conferences indicates the priorities. Climate action is hampered primarily by the power of lobbies.
18.12.2019 | Press Release
New study: penalties imposed by the Trump government result in slightly reduced greenhouse gas emissions, but real progress requires international cooperation.
16.12.2019 | Press Release
Statement by MCC Director Ottmar Edenhofer on today's compromise between federal and state governments on the climate package.
10.12.2019 | Press Release
New MCC study reveals threatening consequences for climate change mitigation: the global community must do its part to make emission-free alternatives attractive.
07.12.2019 | Website Release
Can climate protection be socially just? Ottmar Edenhofer in conversation with Jörg Steinbach, Antje Kapek, Roman Zitzelsberger, and Klaus Müller.
05.12.2019 | Press Release
New MCC study quantifies impacts in the world's second most populous country. Households above the poverty line, however, may even benefit.