Events

At conference

COP24: Events and Exhibit

COP24 Schedule Climate Strategies will co-host a number of side events at COP24 in Katowice, in December 2018. The schedule of events will b …

Market Instruments for more Ambitious Climate Action

Market instruments for more ambitious climate action: how to adjust national policies in a bilateral or global market? Tuesday, 22nd of May 2018 Mexic …

4th Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC)

4th Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC) ‘Harnessing Research for Climate Ambition and Transparency’ 16th – 17th August 2018 São Paulo, Brazil …

Policy Packages for Low Carbon Roadmaps in the Materials Sector

2nd Workshop for the Climate Friendly Materials (CFM) Platform Workshop Friday, 16th of March 2018 Berlin, Germany Continuing on from the 1st workshop …

Publications

report

Policy Brief: 1.5°C Insight #3

Achieving 1.5 degrees in the real world: Opportunities, barriers and trade-offs In its Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C (SR15), the Intergove …

Policy Brief: 1.5°C Insight #2

Policy dialogues in integrated assessment modelling (IAM) to strengthen climate change mitigation and adaptation Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) a …

Policy Brief: 1.5°C Insight #1

Implications of the IPCC Special Report on 1.5 degrees for scaling up Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement Realising t …

Policy Brief: Making Trade Work for Climate, Options for Policymakers

The Paris Agreement requires its parties to make plans to fight climate change and enhance their ambitions over time. The ultimate goal is to limit th …

Latest News

NEW REPORT

Insights on Transitions in Major Coal-Consuming Countries

Under  our Coal Transitions project, we have released a synthesis report summarising the key insights on coal transitions for a number of case studies: China, India, Germany, Poland Australia, and South Africa.

The report and all case studies are now available to download from the project website.

 

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