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Climate Friendly Materials Platform

Year: 2016

Materials are central to our economies but their production also dominates industrial greenhouse gas emissions. It is therefore di …

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Global Climate Policy Conference 2016

Year: 2016

3rd Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC) ‘Implementing the Paris Agreement. New Research Solutions for Developing Countries’ 13 …

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Inclusion of Consumption in Emissions Trading

Year: 2016

The Inclusion of Consumption (IoC) project was jointly led by Climate Strategies and DIW Berlin during 2015-2016. The debate on th …

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The E15 Initiative-Strengthening the Global Trade System

Year: 2015

About Climate Strategies is a partner of the E15 Initiative. The E15Initiative convenes world-class experts and institutions to ge …

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The EU 2020 Strategy: Lessons for Regional Cooperation and EU Governance

Year: 2015

About the Project Two ongoing political processes are set to shape the future of EU energy and climate policy. On the one hand, fo …

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The EU 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies

Year: 2014

New  (blueprint) paper on Governance This is the output of the project’s last workstream: Governance of the EU2030 Climate and Ene …

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Carbon Control Post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries

Year: 2014

Project Duration: June 2013 – December 2014 Project Objectives 1. Provide objective, evidence-based research on the past and curre …

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Planetary Economics

Year: 2014

PLANETARY ECONOMICS Energy, Climate Change and the Three Domains of Sustainable Development A book by Michael Grubb, with Jean-Cha …

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Impacts of Emissions Trading on EII and Industrial Restructuring-Korea

Year: 2013

Lessons Learned from the EU ETS for South Korea Project duration: April – November 2013 Project’s Funder: Korea Environment Instit …

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Is there a case for the EU moving beyond 20% GHG emissions reduction target by 2020?

Year: 2010

Moving from 20 to 30% emission reduction by 2020? – Reaching the 80% emission reduction target while securing the benefits of tran …

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Carbon Pricing for Low Carbon Investment

Year: 2009

Carbon pricing is a key component of an effective climate policy mix. With five years of experience of the European Union Emission …

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Carbon-CAP Final Report

Year: 2017

The aim of Carbon-CAP was to stimulate an effective climate policy mix, in the EU and internationally, to address emissions relate …

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Climate Strategies Newsletter: May 2017

Year: 2017

Our newsletter from May 2017 is now available for download. Newsletter May 2017

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Climate Strategies Newsletter: November 2016

Year: 2016

Please download our Newsletter from November 2016.

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Inclusion of Consumption of carbon intensive materials in emissions trading – An option for carbon pricing post-2020

Year: 2016

The Inclusion of Consumption (IoC) project was jointly led by Climate Strategies and DIW Berlin during 2015-2016. The project expl …

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Climate Strategies Newsletter: May 2016

Year: 2016

Please download our Newsletter from May 2016.    

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Paris Agreement: how it happened and what next

Year: 2016

Two weeks after 175 Parties signed the Paris Agreement in New York, and just over one week before the opening of a new round of Un …

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Carbon-CAP Policy Brief 2: Acceptance of Consumption-based Climate Policy Instruments and Implementation Challenges

Year: 2016

This policy brief is the second of a series published for the project Consumption-based Accounting and Polices (carbon-CAP). This …

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Multijurisdictional Approaches to Carbon Pricing: Integrating Design Elements for a Low Carbon Club

Year: 2016

Country-level climate change commitments, known as Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement, are based on a b …

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Streamlining For Performance: Options to streamline and enhance existing EU energy legislation to meet 2030 goals and facilitate governance thereof

Year: 2016

This report’s goal was to analyse how reformed existing EU energy law can be used as a basis for implementing the EU’s 2030 energy …

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Carbon-CAP Policy Brief 1: Consumption-based Accounting and Policies: Challenges and Opportunities ahead

Year: 2015

This policy brief is based on the output pf the project Carbon-CAP: Consumption- based Accounting and Policies. This project aims …

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Climate Mitigation Policy in China-CPJ Special Supplement-Briefing note 2

Year: 2015

Climate Mitigation Policy In China-Briefing Note 2 Overview China is not only the world’s largest energy consumer and emitter of C …

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Methods for Evaluating the Performance of Emission Trading Schemes

Year: 2015

Robust analysis of emissions trading schemes (ETS) and their design is crucial for improving performance, and learning lessons fro …

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Climate Mitigation Policy in China-CPJ Special Supplment

Year: 2015

SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT ON CLIMATE MITIGATION POLICY IN CHINA Guest Editor: Professor ZhongXiang Zhang Featuring ground-breaking papers …

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What Has Climate to Fear from Trade?

Year: 2015

What Has Climate to Fear from Trade? Henry Derwent August 2015 The long-standing reaction of the trade community to attempts to em …

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Modernization and Innovation in the Materials Sector –Lessons from Steel and Cement’

Year: 2015

The report summarises the analysis of the study led by Climate Strategies and the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berl …

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Planetary Economics: Highlights from the book

Year: 2015

This  Paper presents the highlights and summary of the book Planetary Economics:Energy, Climate Change and the Three Domains of Su …

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The Role of the EU ETS and Complementary Tools for Power Market Decarbonisation

Year: 2015

What does the European power market need to decarbonise? The Role of the EU ETS and complementary policies post-2020 It appears th …

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Is a Market Stability Reserve likely to improve the functioning of the EU ETS?

Year: 2015

Is a Market Stability Reserve likely to improve the functioning of the EU ETS? Evidence from a model comparison exercise In Januar …

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Steel Report: Carbon Control Post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries

Year: 2014

“Innovation, investment and climate policies are compatible; moreover it is essential to combine them if the sector is to achieve …

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Including Consumption in the EU ETS

Year: 2014

A blueprint for the Inclusion of Consumption in the EU ETS: Administrative implementation of a consumption based charge The “Inclu …

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Planetary Economics

Year: 2014

For more information and order for this book visit: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415518826/ How well do our assumpti …

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The Cement Report: Carbon Control and Competitiveness Post 2020

Year: 2014

“Cement industry top management now has little confidence in the EU ETS; structural reform is needed to help investment in energy …

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Staying with the Leaders: Europe’s Path to a Successful Low-Carbon Economy

Year: 2014

Europe is not alone in taking action to price carbon and promote low-carbon energy, and Europes competitiveness is not dependent o …

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Green Investment Schemes: The AAU market between 2008-2012

Year: 2013

This report assesses the strengths and weaknesses of established GISs, its role as a carbon finance instrument and recent market d …

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Carbon pricing and its future role for energy-intensive industries

Year: 2013

This paper has been prepared as a sector-by-sector synthesis of the wider CS project on competitiveness and carbon leakage focusin …

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International Industry Competitiveness, Carbon Leakage, and Approaches to Carbon Pricing

Year: 2012

The synthesis paper to our project on International Industry Competitiveness, Carbon Leakage, andApproaches toCarbon Pricingsummar …

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Modelling the Impact of Policy Interventions on Carbon Leakage – Assessment with the E3MG Model

Year: 2012

In 2009, the European Commission undertook an impact assessmen to identify the sectors at risk of carbon leakage as a result of to …

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Modelling the Allowance Allocation Method of the EU ETS – Cement

Year: 2012

The aim of this paper is to show the implications of different ways of implementing free allocation in a model environment. Especi …

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Product Classification and it’s implication on Competitiveness and Carbon Leakage: Pulp, Paper and Paperboard

Year: 2012

The aim of this study is to provide an overview of the production output, specific emissions and trading patterns of the pulp, pap …

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Product Classification and it’s implication on Competitiveness and Carbon Leakage: Aluminium

Year: 2012

The aim of this study is to provide an overview of the production output, specific emissions and trading patterns of the aluminium …

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Analysis of easing policies particularly in relation to energy intensive industries and the risk of carbon leakage

Year: 2012

There are a number of studies from the’International Industry Competitiveness, Carbon Leakage, and Approaches to Carbon Pricing’pr …

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Use of Border Adjustment Measures – a cement sector perspective

Year: 2011

This paper aims to increase the knowledge of how carbon pricing impacts the cement sector, in particular on border adjustments mad …

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Investment, Carbon Pricing and Leakage – a cement sector perspective

Year: 2011

This paper aims to increase the knowledge of how carbon pricing impacts the cement sector, in particular on the industry’s investm …

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A selection of Climate Strategies' supporters and collaborators

Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition
Uongozi Institute
World Bank
THI
Dutch minitstry
KRF
Arcellor
Oak Foundation
ICTSD
ECF
Mercator
T&F
CF
DEA
FCO
French Ministry
HC
KAS
Kei
radboud
Stanley
The Centre
TATA
CCC
BMUB2
BMUB
EC
IDDRI
DIW Berlin
DFID
DECC
CIFF
CDKN