• Wind park at dawn - Climate Strategies

    Accelerating #ClimateAction

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

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  • A Dam

    Supporting evidence-based policy decisions

    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

    Pioneering Oil & Gas Transitions in the North Sea

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  • Just Transition in Developing Countries NDC

    No one-size-fits-all for just transitions

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  • SNAPFI 2021 reports

    Climate finance to accelerate global #ClimateAction

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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.

Incorporating just transition strategies into developing and least developed countries climate policies

Building on research from previous Climate Strategies projects, this project aims to support governments of developing and least developed countries in developing and integrating just transition strategies in their climate policies.

Climate Friendly Materials Platform

The Climate Friendly Materials Platform brings together policy makers, industry representatives, practitioners in industrial decarbonisation and applied researchers for the development of a shared understanding of tangible policy options. It builds on the continuous work since 2013 to develop a common policy action at the national and EU level to successfully decarbonise the European basic materials sector.

Background

OUR NUMBERS

101

Members

370

Publications

11

Current Projects

33

Successfully Implemented Projects

PUBLICATIONS

Economic diversification in Russia’s Kuzbass coal region

This policy brief examines plans to diversify the economy of Russia’s main coal region, Kuzbass. While the Russian government recognises this need as the world gradually shifts away from coal, all promoted options involve fossil fuels.

Incorporating just transition strategies into developing countries NDCs and Covid-19 responses. Comparing insights from Ghana, Colombia, and Indonesia

This report finds each developing country needs to define their own approach to Just Transition and proposes several guiding principles to help governments lead this process.

Policy approaches to guide finance flows for more effective climate action in South Africa

SNAPFI’s research team at the University of Cape Town explores how financial and broader policies in South Africa can increase the…

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