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Beiträge zum Stichwort 'climate change'

  • Corporate climate actions that matter

    Guidance for companies to set science-based climate targets Earlier this year, scientists released an alarming message on climate change: we must do much more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to keep below 2 degrees Celsius and limit climate change impacts. They based this message on an extensive study, published by IPCC in the Fifth Assessment Re...
    Erstellt am 12-09-2014 Von: Jeroen de Beer Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • Limiting temperature rise to 2°C is still possible

    This blog post by Cynthia Elliott, Yamide Dagnet, Michel den Elzen and Niklas Höhne is part of the ACT 2015 project and was originally published at wri.org on 16 July 2014.

    As the world continues to warm, many academics question whether the international goal to limit global temperature rise to 2°C i...
    Erstellt am 24-07-2014 Von: Niklas Höhne Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Neuland betreten zum Schutz des Klimas

    Mehr Klimaschutz ist dringender denn je. Das Tempo könnte deutlich erhöht werde, wenn wir bereit sind, Neuland zu betreten. Das “Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change (IPCC)” veröffentlicht nun den letzten Teil seines fünften Sachstandsberichts, in dem es um Klimaschutz geht. Mit 235 führenden...
    Erstellt am 11-04-2014 Von: Niklas Höhne Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • EU’s 2030 energy and climate package

    More than a greenhouse gas target needed The energy and climate package agreed by the EU in 2008 formed a milestone in EU policy making. It included a target to achieve 20% of renewable energy, 20% energy efficiency improvements, and 20% reductions in GHG emissions by 2020. The implementation status of these targets is mixed: Renewable...
    Erstellt am 18-04-2013 Von: Niklas Höhne Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • US climate action: A call for more than individual approaches

    Global climate change affects the American public with growing visibility and ferocity. As severe weather events wreak havoc on the East coast or wildfires consume hundreds of thousands of acres in the West, concern about the effects of climate change grow. In addition, the American public bears a h...
    Erstellt am 10-01-2013 Von: Ken Dragoon Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 1
  • Myth and reality — ETS development in China

    China is taking increasingly bold steps in its environmental agenda. Concerns about energy security, rising environmental damage and pressure to maintain the country’s competitiveness are all pushing in one direction – a greener future. The 11th Five-Year Plan tested the waters and the 12th Five-Yea...
    Erstellt am 11-12-2012 Von: Christian Ellermann Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • We can still limit global warming to 2°C!

    An increase in the global mean temperature of two degrees would already result in fatal consequences: The agricultural productivity would be heavily impaired, the sea level would rise by up to one metre in this century and dying coral reefs would threaten the attached food chain. Europe would suffer...
    Erstellt am 15-11-2012 Von: Niklas Höhne Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Climate Policy and the US Election

    Although Climate Change was hardly mentioned in the US Presidential campaigns, truly massive forces struggled behind the scenes. A series of Supreme Court rulings unleashed corporate campaign spending, with one estimate placing the total cost of the 2012 election at $6 billion. Although court ruling...
    Erstellt am 08-11-2012 Von: Ken Dragoon Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 1
  • Wedging the Gap

    A bottom-up approach to the global climate challenge Weather records are piling up in the US and worldwide, and the seasonal state of the Arctic sea ice melt is the worst we’ve seen so far. And in the meantime, greenhouse gas emissions are still rising, where they should now start to go down to keep average global warming below 2 degrees C (3.6 degree...
    Erstellt am 19-06-2012 Von: Kees van der Leun Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0