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Transformative Shifts of the Russian Economy in the Post-2022 Era

This study delves into the pivotal factors, trends, and outlook of socio-economic development in Russia against the backdrop of the conflict in Ukraine, aiming to analyse the repercussions of sanctions and other external influences on the Russian economy, society, and policymaking. 

How can oil sanctions end Russia’s War on Ukraine? Closing loopholes and lowering the oil price cap

This paper analyses the status of the Russian economy after two years of war in Ukraine, focusing on the critical role of oil. It delves into new developments in the Russian oil sector, and proposes approaches to cut the flow of Russia’s oil revenue, which accounted for 24% of the Russian federal budget revenue in 2023. 

Transition Indicators to broaden perspectives beyond adaptation and mitigation

These case studies provide potential indicators to promote and measure transitions toward climate neutrality across a range of sectors: buildings, transport, industry, agriculture, and power sectors, as well as the transition towards climate-resilient water access and land use for rural and urban communities.

CS submission to the UNFCCC on views relevant to the topic of the 1st dialogue under the UAE JTWP

As countries prepare their new nationally determined contributions (NDCs) on the road to Belem in2025, they are faced with the challenge…

New Country Report from the EEIST Project: India

India stands at a critical juncture in its journey to meet its 2070 net zero ambition. Despite the country’s renewable energy capacity having quadrupled over the last decade, fossil fuels still comprise over 80% of India’s primary energy supply. Meeting India’s increasing energy demand while phasing down fossil fuels will mean more than just scaling up renewable energy.

Available Now: EEIST Synthesis Report

The Economics of Energy Innovation and System Transition (EEIST) project has worked to develop and apply analytical concepts and methods that can be useful to policymakers in contexts of innovation and structural change. This Synthesis reports some of the key findings.

New Country Report from the EEIST Project: China

This report outlines power sector reforms developing in China and the increasingly complex landscape of climate and energy policies intended to support carbon neutrality.

NEW SNAPFI SYNTHESIS REPORT: International climate finance architecture

In this report, we explore the experiences related to the use of financial instruments and policies to support sectoral transitions in…

Climate Strategies’ Annual Report 2023

2023 was another successful year for Climate Strategies: we continued to break records on all fronts – from our unprecedented presence…

CS submission to SBSTA and SBI on the UAE Just Transition Programme

In this submission, Climate Strategies shares research-based recommendations for the most critical work and topics to be undertaken by the Just…

New Country Report from the EEIST Project: Brazil

New and upcoming country reports summarise work performed during the past three years on innovation in the energy sector. They assess the impact of environmental policies on trade and emissions, as part of an international programme on the Economics of Energy Innovation and System Transition (EEIST).

Bridging the Divide: Assessing the Viability of International Cooperation on Border Carbon Adjustments

In this report, Climate Strategies members make a case for international cooperation in relation to Border Carbon Adjustments (BCAs) and assess…