Harry Fearnehough is a climate policy analyst focusing on the sustainable development impacts of climate action as well as the role and design of international carbon markets. He is an economist with over a decade of experience working with key stakeholders around the world on various aspects of climate and energy-related policy, including analysis of carbon pricing schemes; the economic and health-related impacts of climate action; renewable energy and energy efficiency policies; and financing the deployment of low-carbon technologies. Harry’s current research focuses on the role of voluntary and compliance carbon markets in supporting the Paris Agreement goals; assessing the robustness of corporate climate pledges; and developing tools to analyse the sustainable development impacts of decarbonisation pathways in the energy supply and transport sectors. Prior to joining NewClimate Institute, Harry spent five years working as an economic consultant in London, focusing on energy and environmental markets, and three years at a large energy company. He holds economics degrees from the University of Bristol and the Toulouse School of Economics. 

 

Initiating a fair and inclusive energy transition in Indonesia
Publication date 31 Mar 2022

An analysis of the case for phasing out coal-based power generation at Suralaya This paper sets out our analysis of the Indonesian...

Smoother transitions
Publication date 31 Mar 2022

How to use benefits analysis to make climate ambition and action fairer and more inclusive This paper presents a practical approach...

Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor 2022
Publication date 07 Feb 2022

The Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor, conducted by NewClimate Institute in collaboration with Carbon Market Watch, assesses the...

SCREEN - Sustainable development and climate action green recovery screening tool and framework
Publication date 25 Aug 2021

The SCREEN tool and the underlying COVID-19 recovery framework aim to help policymakers to identify and analyse green recovery measures...

Analysis of options for determining OMGE, SOP and Transition within Article 6
Publication date 31 May 2021

Rules for the implementation of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement are still under negotiation at the international level, with a key...

Increasing transparency and integrity of corporate climate pledges

NewClimate Institute is partnering with Carbon Market Watch to deliver a set of critical work packages that address key gaps in the...

Advancing the COMPASS toolbox to assess climate action

NewClimate Institute is an implementing partner of the Initiative for Climate Action Transparency (ICAT), supporting its work to...

Appraising policy choices for Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

Rules for the implementation of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement are still under negotiation at the international level, with a key...

Informing EU policy options for tackling aviation’s climate impact

A global scheme to regulate the climate impact from international aviation – the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for...

CORSIA: Analysis and evaluation of regulating international aviation emissions through offsetting

The Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) is a flagship regulation of the International Civil...

COMPASS toolbox
Publication date 18 Mar 2022

The Climate action Outcomes and Mitigation Policy Assessment “COMPASS” toolbox is a selection of climate scenario modelling tools...

CLIMTRADE - Impacts of climate regulation on trade
Publication date 05 Nov 2021

The CLIMTRADE tool allows users to analyse a range of economic impacts associated with carbon border adjustments. The Excel-based tool...

SCREEN - Screening for sustainable development and climate action in green recovery
Publication date 25 Aug 2021

The Sustainable development and climate action green recovery screening tool, or SCREEN, provides policymakers and analysts with a...

TRACE - Co-benefits in decarbonising transport
Publication date 27 Apr 2021

The Transport sector climate action co-benefits evaluation tool, or TRACE, is an Excel-based model to support quantitative evaluation...

Estimation of the carbon offset credit supply potential
Publication date 26 Feb 2019

The carbon offset credit supply potential tools provide bottom-up estimates of the volume of credits that could be issued under a range...

AIRPOLIM-ES (Air Pollution Impact Model for Electricity Supply)
Publication date 30 Nov 2018

The AIRPOLIM-ES is an accessible, Excel-based tool that estimates the health impacts of air pollution from different sources of...

EIM-ES (Economic Impact Model for Electricity Supply)
Publication date 30 Nov 2018

The EIM-ES is a transparent, Excel-based tool that estimates the domestic employment impacts of investments in the electricity supply...

The potential impact of transitioning CDM units and activities to the Paris Agreement
Venue Online
Date 21 Oct 2021

Harry Fearnehough (NewClimate) and Lambert Schneider (Öko Institut) presented updated research on the potential supply of credits from...

Costs and climate impact of offsetting emissions under CORSIA
Venue Innovate4Climate in Frankfurt
Date 22 May 2018

Carsten Warnecke, Thomas Day, Harry Fearnehough and Lambert Schneider presented on "Costs and climate impact of offsetting emissions...

The climate and health double dividend
Publication date 30 May 2022

GO TO THE AIRPOLIM TOOL Accelerating the global coal phase-out can prevent millions of premature deaths from poor air quality An early...

Switzerland’s bilateral agreements to offset their emissions set a poor precedent for ambition ahead of COP26
Publication date 28 Oct 2021

Photo by Mostafa Meraji through Wikimedia Commons under CC BY-SA 3.0. No changes were made except for a format change. Switzerland has...

Robust eligibility restrictions for offset credits are needed for CORSIA to truly compensate for the growth in aviation's carbon emissions
Publication date 25 Feb 2019

If airlines are allowed to use all available offset credits certified by programmes such as the UN’s Clean Development Mechanism and...

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