Research

Energy Policy

Energy Policy

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Low Carbon

Low Carbon

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Competitiveness

Competitiveness

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Negotiations & UNFCC

Negotiations & UNFCCC

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Industries & Sectors

Industries & Sectors

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Aviation & Maritime

Aviation & Maritime

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Emissions Trading

Emissions Trading

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Finance

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Technology

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2013 – 2015 Research Program

 

Our work over the 2013-2015 period is comprised of two workstreams: 2030 domestic climate policy and the 2015 global climate change agreement. The table below presents a snapshot of concrete projects:

 

2030 domestic climate policy 2015 global climate change agreement
Carbon Control post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries in the EU: Analysis of practical options to reduce industrial emissions under current and new policy options Support the 2015 agreement with knowledge: Analysis of what has not worked so far, what needs improvement, existing knowledge gaps – for UN Climate Convention (UNFCCC)  and other processes
EU Climate and Energy Package 2030 – synergies between targets: Analysis of optimal mixture of carbon, renewables and energy efficiency policies to reduce emission and drive innovation Carbon finance and markets: How to include willing business in key negotiation processes and the overall vision for climate finance
Linking Carbon Pricing Schemes across jurisdictions and with the 2015 global agreement: Analysis of integrity of newly designed schemes based on existing experience and their role in development of global carbon market Climate strategy for all EU members: Practical action to bridge disagreements among EU member states in order to strengthen the EU global leadership
Accounting for consumption-based emissions: Stimulating demand-side based climate policies and finding a more effective ways of delivering the EU climate and energy goals until 2050
Reducing emissions from international transport: Analysis of inclusion of aviation and international shipping in the global carbon market, mitigating impacts on countries, contribution to climate finance from revenue generating market based mechanisms

 

Our current projects are described in more detail here

Please visit our publications page for previous research undertaken by our network.

 

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