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.
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.
A new MCC policy brief shows that if the revenues from carbon pricing were used to lower the income tax in a progressive way, social inequality could be reduced. Climate policy would thereby become less polarizing and more attractive to the public.