Climate plan for Germany: Economists propose a carbon price reform
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Climate plan for Germany: Economists propose a carbon price reform

Der Spiegel, the weekly magazine reports on the joint proposal put forth by MCC, PIK and RWI for the key points of a carbon price reform in Germany.

Science explained for everyone

Science explained for everyone

On our new Blog, MCC researchers communicate crucial information about their lastest scientific findings in an easy-to-digest way. Topics include, for example, coal, carbon pricing, negative emissions, and development.

Interactive MCC subsidy map

Interactive MCC subsidy map

If countries would abolish fossil-fuel subsidies, amounting to around 550 billion US dollars globally, many of them could finance the expansion of basic infrastructure. A new interactive MCC map shows what can be achieved with this money.

MCC Europe's best climate think tank

MCC Europe's best climate think tank

The International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG) has ranked the MCC among the top ten think tanks worldwide for the fourth consecutive year. In Europe, the institute has been ranked number one.

Financing socially sustainable public investment

The French star economist Thomas Piketty has shown that wealth inequality in the developed nations is continually increasing. Public investment in infrastructure or in education and healthcare could reduce inequality.
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MCC Policy brief: Carbon price floor to reform emissions trading

A massive reduction of greenhouse gases can only take place in a properly functioning EU carbon market. A price floor for the traded carbon permits would reduce the current uncertainty of market participants, improve their price expectations, and thereby reestablish the credibility of the market.
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