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Ausgewählte Beiträge

  • The Positive Side of Negative Emissions

  • Corporate Climate Leadership at the Dining Table

  • "Basing" Corporate Emissions Targets

  • Finding a Cost-Effective Path to Climate Leadership

  • Cities: The Focal Point of Climate Action

Aktuelle Beiträge

  • The Positive Side of Negative Emissions

    In recent years, awareness has grown on the need for CO2 removal to avoid dangerous levels of climate change, and companies are increasingly looking to include negative emissions in corporate climate strategies. As a part of Navigant, Ecofys finds that sufficient scalable and affordable options for ...
    Erstellt am 20-02-2018 Von: Tom Berg Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • Corporate Climate Leadership at the Dining Table

    Over the last 3 years, 341 companies have joined the Science Based Targets initiative, of which at least 40 are from the food and beverage sector. These companies include household names such as Walmart, Coca-Cola, General Mills, Kellogg’s, and PepsiCo, with billions in combined revenue. Why are the...
    Erstellt am 19-02-2018 Von: Vincent Hoen Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • "Basing" Corporate Emissions Targets

    Global emissions goalposts are captivating C-Suites and gaining velocity in corporations around the world. In boardrooms worldwide, an interesting discussion is occurring as iconic brands and corporate titans reform their journeys to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, as well as their strategies f...
    Erstellt am 08-02-2018 Von: Matthew Banks Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Finding a Cost-Effective Path to Climate Leadership

    A new wave of climate change regulations is coming, and this time to all corners of the world. Following the Paris Agreement, more than 80% of countries have already drawn up plans on how to contribute to the low carbon transition. Some have realised plans that put a price on greenhouse gas (GHG) em...
    Erstellt am 10-01-2018 Von: Long Lam Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Setting Science-Based Targets

    How Long Can Companies Afford to Neglect Setting Science-Based Climate Targets? This blog post was prepared with contributions from Vincent Hoen, Jeroen Scheepmaker, and Frank Stern. During the last 3 years, more than 300 companies have signed up to participate in the Science Based Targets initiative. The combined revenue of these companies runs into the billions of US dollars...
    Erstellt am 03-01-2018 Von: Giel Linthorst Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Cities: The Focal Point of Climate Action

    This blog post was written by Richard Boehnke. Cities are a focal point of climate action, both individually and as signatories to large networks dedicated to climate mitigation (e.g., Covenant of Mayors and C40). However, efforts to pledge support, sign an agreement, and publish a local climate st...
    Erstellt am 10-11-2017 Von: David de Jager Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Connecting the dots: Connect At COP!

    Until the Paris COP, the climate debate was largely focused on the direction and policy framework of an agreement. With the signing of the Paris agreement, the call to action was broadened to include many stakeholders and sectors, yet, the agreement alone will not protect us from the most dangerous ...
    Erstellt am 20-10-2017 Von: Katja Eisbrenner Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Working Together towards a Circular Economy in Europe

    The European Commission is taking the lead on circular economy strategies through the circular economy package. Thus, an increasing number of industry associations and companies in Europe are working towards a circular economy. They are devising ways to implement related measures to reap the benefit...
    Erstellt am 18-10-2017 Von: Preeti Srivastav Fachgebiet: Energie- & CO2-Effizienz Kommentare: 0
  • Climate-Related Financial Disclosure

    From the Sustainability Department to the Desk of the CFO In June 2017, the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) released its final report, the recommendations of which will have an increasing impact on all organizations (both financial and non-financial). Most importantly, two necessary organizational changes were brought to light: br...
    Erstellt am 12-09-2017 Von: Oskar Krabbe Fachgebiet: Energie- & Klimapolitik Kommentare: 0
  • Value of Industrial Flexibility in Europe

    The Clean Energy for All Europeans proposal (the so-called Winter Package) is a policy package that aims to meet climate objectives and ensure economic growth. This package prioritizes energy efficiency and renewable energies while fostering organized electricity markets to realize cost savings. It ...
    Erstellt am 05-09-2017 Von: Izabela Kielichowska Fachgebiet: Energiesysteme & -märkte Kommentare: 0