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  • Assessment of carbon crediting instruments in developing countries

    03/09/2015
    Joint research by the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and Ecofys has identified opportunities to scale up the mitigation potential of crediting instruments in developing countries. The study, commissioned by the Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR), looks at 15 types of crediting-related activities in 8 countries currently supported by the PMR: Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, ...
  • INDCs: Aggregate government climate plans would see warming well beyond 2˚C

    02/09/2015
    The climate targets so far submitted to the UN by governments collectively lead to global emissions far above the levels needed to hold warming to below 2°C, the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) said today. The analysis by the consortium of four research organisations was released today in Bonn where Governments are meeting for the second to last week of negotiations ahead of Paris. Around 65% of glo...
  • What role can carbon markets play for climate finance?

    02/09/2015
    In a recent study, the Wuppertal Institute and Ecofys have analysed how carbon markets can contribute to financing emission reductions in developing countries. Given that future climate finance is likely to come from a mix of sources, the research has addressed queries like: How can domestic finance, international public funding and market based-sources interact most efficiently? And what impacts ...
  • Ecofys listed as National Champion for the Netherlands in The European Business Awards

    01/09/2015
    Today, Ecofys has been nominated as a National Champion for the Netherlands in The European Business Awards. The European Business Awards is Europe’s largest and most significant cross-sector business recognition programme and is now in its ninth year. The competition supported by businesses leaders, academics, media and political representatives from across Europe engages over 32,000 businesses f...

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