Takeshi Kuramochi presented on “Current policy scenario projections of major emitting economies: 2018 update” at the side event “Tracking progress on Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)” at COP24 in December 2018 Read More
Niklas Höhne presented on “Global climate action from cities, regions and businesses” at the side event “Raising Ambition by Linking National with Non-Party Actions” at COP24 in December 2018. Read More
Niklas Höhne presented on “Implementation challenges of 1.5°C pathways” at the side event “Emerging Science of 1.5°C: Mitigation Pathways to Paris” at COP24 in December 2018. Read More
Niklas Höhne and Frederic Hans presented on “How can South Africa move toward a 1.5 C pathway? Scaling up climate action and benefits in electricity, housing, and urban transport” at COP24. Read More
Hanna Fekete presented on “The action plan for 1.5°C” at the side event ” A new understanding of Paris-compatible climate action: Translating 1.5°C into technological, social, and political examples of transitional change around the world.” at COP24 in December 2018 Read More
Aki Kachi, Harry Fearnehough and Thomas day presented on “From the skies or the sea: How can regulation align international transport with the Paris goals?” at COP24. Read More
Niklas Höhne presented on “Brown to Green Report 2018”, at the “The Emissions Gap and the Brown to Green report – How do we enhance ambition and accelerate action?” side event at COP24 in December 2018. Read More
Frauke Röser, Niklas Höhne and Thomas Day presented on “Preparation of first NDCs kick-started national mitigation policy process, but momentum needs to be maintained”, at the “Making climate action more transparent and ambitious” side event at COP24 in December 2018. Read More
Niklas Höhne presented the Emissions Gap Report 2018 at COP24 in December 2018. Read More
Lisa Luna presented on “Toward more ambitious NDCs”, at the “Increasing mitigation action for 1.5°C” side event at COP24 in December 2018. Read More
Niklas Höhne presented on “Where are we? 2050 Today: Philanthropic Priorities for Climate Action” at the ClimateWorks Foundation’s “2050 Today” in San Francisco in 2018. Read More
Carsten Warnecke, Thomas Day, Harry Fearnehough and Lambert Schneider presented on “Costs and climate impact of offsetting emissions under CORSIA” at the side event “Towards long-term national scenarios: Modelling meets policy” during the 2018 Innovate4Climate in Frankfurt. Read More
At the 2018 Bonn Climate Change Conference, NewClimate Institute, the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands and Climate Analytics hosted a side event on “Anchoring the climate agenda in countries: Analysing impacts beyond climate change”. Find all contributions from the NewClimate Institute experts Markus Hagemann and Sofia Gonzales-Zuñiga here. Read More
Takeshi Kuramochi presented on “How do we get there? Policy perspective – current and good practice policies, opportunities to scale up mitigation action” at the side event “Towards long-term national scenarios: Modelling meets policy” during the 2018 Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB48). Read More
Katharina Lütkehermöller presented on “Boosting non-Party climate action through Talanoa” at a side event during the 2018 Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB48). Read More
Sebastian Sterl presented on “Prospects” a transparent energy and emissions tracking tool for developing countries, at the “How to strengthen the EU NDC?” side event during COP 23.
Markus Hagemann presented on “How to strengthen the EU NDC?” at COP 23.
Frauke Röser from NewClimate Insitute presented at GIZ headquarters during COP 23. The event discussed NDC implementation by focusing on one of the main challenges: Alignment and coherence of sector policies and approaches with the national climate target and climate policies.
The Climate Action Tracker by NewClimate Institute, Climate Analytics and Ecofys presents the ongoing activities on NDC and current policy assessment, country rating and decarbonisation indicators. Entire presentation (single countries below): China: EU: India: USA:
Takeshi Kuramochi, Frederic Hans (NewClimate Institute), Michel den Elzen (PBL) and Nicklas Forsell (IIASA) presented findings from the 2017 Greenhouse gas mitigation scenarios for major emitting countries report at COP 23.