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    Accelerating #ClimateAction

    We work to catalyse climate action by placing robust evidence into the heart of decision making

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    Supporting evidence-based policy change

    Our network of researchers share a commitment to climate policy decision making that is well-informed and evidence-based.

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  • Oil & Gas Transitions

    New reports on Oil and Gas Transitions in the North Sea region

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Tackling the greatest challenge of our time.

Climate Strategies works at the science-policy interface, advancing climate policy through meaningful interactions between decision-makers and researchers across Europe and internationally. We are an international, not-for-profit research network with an expansive network of world-leading researchers.

Climate change is our greatest planetary threat, affecting all species and ecosystems. Governments must meet the Paris Agreement’s temperature target to ensure the well-being of our planet and its people for generations to come.

Achieving a just and sustainable future means bridging the work of researchers at the forefront of understanding the complex impacts of this crisis with those who are able to enact change.

OUR PROJECTS

Oil & Gas Transitions. Co-creating evidence to accelerate policy action in the North Sea

This initiative will develop a better understanding of oil & gas transition scenarios for the North Sea region. It will also co-produce just and feasible transition pathways and create blueprints for countries facing similar challenges.

South to South Just Transitions

The Climate Strategies programme South to South Just Transitions brings together research institutions across nine countries in the Global South – Colombia, Ghana, Indonesia, Argentina, Bangladesh, Kenya, Laos, Malawi and Vietnam – in a novel approach to developing alternative, and context-specific just transition strategies.

Economics of Energy Innovation and Systems Transition Project (EEIST)

The project will deliver empirically validated modelling tools capable of assessing the impact of energy, innovation and technology-related policy choices to help decision-makers make better decisions on effective policies.

Background

OUR NUMBERS

101

Members

370

Publications

12

Current Projects

33

Successfully Implemented Projects

PUBLICATIONS

The New Economics of Innovation and Transition: Evaluating Opportunities and Risks

This flagship report reviews evidence and theory to explain the limitations of traditional appraisal methods and the rationale for a new policy decision-making framework based on evaluating risks and opportunities.

How consumers can help to decarbonise the electricity system

The role of electricity demand-side flexibility (DSF) and policy implications for China The two central challenges of decarbonizing the world’s energy…

The Russian coal sector in a low-carbon world: Prospects for a Coal Transition?

This insights report identifies elements of a potential Russian coal transition.

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