Climate Friendly Materials Platform

Aktuelles Projekt

Abteilung

Klimapolitik

Projektleitung

Karsten Neuhoff

Projektzeitraum

1. September 2016

Übersicht

Grundstoffe wie Aluminium, Zement und Stahl sind für unsere Volkswirtschaften von zentraler Bedeutung, aber ihre Produktion macht etwa 16 Prozent der europäischen und 25 Prozent der globalen Treibhausgasemissionen aus. Daher ist es schwer vorstellbar, wie Europa die Verpflichtungen aus dem Pariser Klimaabkommen ohne nennenswerte Emissionsminderungen in der Grundstoffindustrie erreichen kann.

Während in Sektoren wie Stahl und Zement einige schrittweise Verbesserungen der bestehenden Produktionstechnologien erreicht wurden, hat dies nur zu geringfügigen Emissionsminderungen geführt. Die großen und notwendigen Minderungspotenziale im Zusammenhang mit bahnbrechenden Prozesstechnologien, neuen Materialien, effizienterer Materialnutzung und Recycling blieben bisher weitgehend ungenutzt.

Die Erreichung der Klimaneutralitätsziele erfordert für die Grundstoffsektoren daher einen soliden politischen Rahmen, der ausreichende Anreize schafft, indem er die Wirtschaftlichkeit und Rahmenbedingungen für die wichtigsten "klimafreundlichen" Technologien, Materialien und Praktiken verbessert. Die Dekarbonisierung entlang der Liefer- und Wertschöpfungsketten muss im Zusammenhang mit Ressourceneffizienz, industrieller Symbiose und Kreislaufwirtschaft vorangetrieben werden. Darüber hinaus sollte die Transformation integrativ sein, so dass alle Länder von den für diese Verschiebung erforderlichen kapitalintensiven Investitionen profitieren können.

Um diese Ziele zu erreichen, bedarf es einer gemeinsamen Vision von praktikablen Entwicklungspfaden, die auf den Perspektiven aller für eine erfolgreiche Umsetzung erforderlichen Akteure aufbauen.

Seit Ende 2016 bringt die Climate Friendly Materials Platform politische Entscheidungsträger, Industrievertreter, Praktiker der industriellen Dekarbonisierung und angewandte Forscher zusammen, um ein gemeinsames Verständnis von konkreten politischen Optionen und schließlich gemeinsamen politischen Maßnahmen auf nationaler und EU-Ebene zu entwickeln, mit dem Ziel, den europäischen Grundstoffsektor erfolgreich zu dekarbonisieren.

Diese kollaborative Multi-Stakeholder-Plattform wird von Climate Strategies ausgerichtet und bringt ein breites Spektrum europäischer Universitäten und Institute zusammen: DIW Berlin (Deutschland), IDDRI (Frankreich), IIT-Comillas (Spanien), IVL (Schweden), Radboud University Nijmegen (Niederlande), REKK (Ungarn), Vrije Universiteit Brüssel (Belgien) und WiseEuropa (Polen).

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auch auf der Website von Climate Strategies hier.

Ziele

In diesem Projekt werden Möglichkeiten für einen wirksamen politischen Rahmen zur Förderung von Innovation und Nutzung kohlenstoffarmer Technologien und Materialien untersucht. Um dies zu erreichen, hat das Projekt folgende Ziele:

  1. Entwicklung einer gemeinsamen Vision und eines gemeinsamen Rahmens, um über die politischen Anforderungen im Materialsektor nachzudenken welche sich aus der Netto-Klimaneutralität ergeben.
  2. Vorabanalyse der einzelnen politischen Instrumente und des Governance-Rahmens für deren Umsetzung.
  3. Unterstützung von Bemühungen in den EU Mitgliedstaaten und auf Brüsseler Ebene auf einige politische Instrumente zu konvergieren, um zu einer gemeinsamen Grundlage für die Umsetzung der Politik beizutragen.
  4. Kapazitätsaufbau und Entwicklung einer gemeinsamen Wissensbasis über die politischen Optionen für die Dekarbonisierung des Materialsektors

 

DIW Team

Neuer Bericht vom April 2021: Carbon Contracts for Difference. An assessment of selected socio-economic impacts for Germany

This report offers insights to support key German stakeholders on the implementation of an innovative and promising policy instrument for the decarbonization of the basic materials sectors: project-based Carbon Contracts for Difference (CCfDs).

It analyses selected socio-economic impacts of introducing this policy instrument in Germany. The reports accounts for the perspective of all relevant groups of stakeholders who emerged in the two project workshops and in other engagement activities during the project.

The analysis is structured in two parts. First, an assessment of design options and scale of funding for CCfDs based on case studies for specific materials industries in Germany. Second, a discussion on award mechanisms for CCfDs and potential to combine CCfDs with other instruments, such as the Innovation Fund.

Read the report here.

Ein neuer Policy Brief vom Dezember 2020 wurde veröffentlicht:

Last year, the Climate Friendly Materials Platform proposed an innovative policy framework to support the decarbonisation of the basic materials sector in the EU. A new policy brief from the platform focuses on one major component of this package: introducing the climate contribution to compliment the free allocation in the EU Emissions Trading System.
 
The brief clarifies the concept and explains why it is a viable option to meet the policy objectives of Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in a way that has major advantages compared to alternative instruments focusing on border measures. Read the full brief here, and attached, written by Aleksander Sneigocki and Kryzsztof Brzeziñski from Wise Europa.
 
You can also read a summary on the Climate Contributions Policy brief Climate Contribution: a smart policy solution for decarbonising material production and use in the EU here.

November 2020: Policy Briefs von Climate Friendly Materials Platform wurden veröffentlicht:

The first one, titled "A Climate-Neutral Industry: Status of policy debate in European Member States" and written by Mária Bartek-Lesi, Gábor Horváth and Balázs Felsmann from the Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK Alapítvány), provides a much-needed overview of the current policy landscape in five EU Member States (Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain) by investigating how the path to climate-neutral industrial production is reflected in their key national plans. By highlighting the different policies and measures in place, it provides recommendations on translating carbon-neutral objectives into national policy frameworks. Clear policy strategies are essential to guide corporate decision making and effective policy to achieve decarbonisation of European industry. Read the brief here.

The second brief, titled "Carbon Contracts for Differences: their role in European industrial decarbonisation" and authored by Timo Gerres and Pedro Linares from IIT-Comillas, provides an assessment of Carbon Contracts for Differences (CCFD), one of the elements of the policy package developed by the Climate Friendly Materials Platform  in order to help decarbonise European’s industry while preserving its competitiveness. CCfDs are a powerful tool for helping European industry transformation during the first stages of the transition period towards a low emission economy, and the current discussion about a green recovery provides a great opportunity for their quick implementation. Read the policy brief here.

Bericht vom Juni 2020: Investments in climate friendly materials to strengthen the recovery package

Supporting investments in climate friendly production and recycling of materials as part of the European and national Covid-19 recovery packages can both achieve the short term objective of effective recovery spending for boosting the economy and creating jobs as well as deliver climate and long-term economic benefits. In order to realize the full economic and climate benefits of investment support, a rapid implementation of the policy package envisaged in the European Green Deal is required.

More details please find here

Bericht vom Oktober 2019: Building blocks for a climate-neutral European industrial sectorDas ist eine schöne Geschichte.

The science is clear: global warming must be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius to avoid catastrophic impacts. The Paris Agreement recognises the 1.5C-limit as well. The production of basic materials –cement, iron and steel, paper, aluminium, as well as chemicals and petrochemicals – is one of the main contributors to climate change, accounting for approximately 25% of global CO2 emissions, and around 16% of EU GHG emissions.

More details please find here

Policy framework for basic materials

Olga Chiappinelli, Timo Gerres, Karsten Neuhoff, Frederik Lettow, Heleen de Coninck, Balázs Felsmann, Eugénie Joltreau, Gauri Khandekar, Pedro Linares, Jörn Richstein, Aleksander Śniegocki, Jan Stede, Tomas Wyns, Cornelis Zandt, Lars Zetterberg. “A Green COVID-19 Recovery of the EU Basic Materials Sector: Identifying Potentials, Barriers and Policy Solutions”, Climate Policy, 2021

K. Neuhoff, O. Chiappinelli, J. Richstein, H. de Coninck, P. Linares, T. Gerres, G. Khandekar, T. Wyns, L. Zetterberg, B. Felsmann. Closing the Green Deal for Industry Position Paper, July 2021 (earlier 2-page summary available here)

EU doesn’t need to choose between ambitious climate action and keeping its industry competitive. Press Release. 19.03.2021

Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli, Mats Kröger, Frederik Lettow, Jörn Richstein, Franziska Schütze, Jan Stede, Xi Sun. Green Deal for industry: a clear policy framework is more important than funding. DIW Weekly Report 10 / 2021, S. 73-82

Karsten Neuhoff, Frederik Lettow, Olga Chiappinelli, Timo Gerres, Eugénie Joltreau, Pedro Linares, Aleksander Sniegocki. Investments in climate friendly materials to strengthen the recovery package. (PDF, 0.77 MB) Climate Strategies Report, June 2020

Olga Chiappinelli, Mária Bartek-Lesi, Małgorzata Błocka, José Pablo Chaves Ávila, Balázs Felsmann, Timo Gerres, Pedro Linares, Karsten Neuhoff, Aleksander Śniegocki, Gabriella Szajkó, Zofia Wetmańska. Inclusive Transformation of the European Materials Sector. Report for the EUKI 2018 Project Climate-Friendly Materials Platform: Supporting the Transition in Central and Southern Europe. May 2019

Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli, Timo Gerres, Manuel Haussner, Roland Ismer, Nils May, Alice Pirlot, Jörn Richstein. Building Blocks for a Climate-Neutral European Industrial Sector. Policies to Create Markets for Climate-Friendly Materials to Boost EU Global Competitiveness and Jobs. (PDF, 1.13 MB) Climate Strategies Report, October 2019

Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli. Klimafreundliche Herstellung und Nutzung von Grundstoffen: Bündel von Politikmaßnahmen notwendig. 2018. DIW Wochenbericht 26/2018. S. 575-583

Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli, Chris Bataille, Manuel Haußner, Roland Ismer, Eugénie Joltreau, Ingmar Jürgens, Carlotta Piantieri, Jörn Richstein, Oliver Sartor, Puja Singhal, Jan Stede. Filling Gaps in the Policy Package to Decarbonise Production and Use of Materials. Climate Strategies Report, June 2018

Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli, Richard Baron, John Barrett, Maciej Bukowski, Vicki Duscha, Tobias Fleiter, Manuel Haussner, Roland Ismer, Robert Kok, Gregory F. Nemet, Hector Pollitt, Jörn Richstein, Tatiana Vakhitova, Tomas Wyns, Lars Zetterberg. Innovation and use policies required to realize investment and emission reductions in the materials sector. Climate Strategies Report. Initial findings. January 2017

Climate Contribution (excise)

Jan Stede, Stefan Pauliuk, Gilang Hardadi, Karsten Neuhoff. Carbon pricing of basic materials: Incentives and risks for the value chain and consumers, Ecological Economics, 189, 107168. 2021

Roland Ismer, Harro van Asselt, Jennifer Haverkamp, Michael Mehling, Karsten Neuhoff, Alice Pirlot. Climate Neutral Production, Free Allocation of Allowances under Emissions Trading Systems, and the WTO: How to Secure Compatibility with the ASCM. Discussion Papers 1948, 18 S. 2021

Manuel Haussner. Including Consumption in Emissions Trading.Economic and Legal Considerations. In: Elgar Studies in Climate Law. 2021

Kryzsztof Brzeziñski, Aleksander Sneigocki. Climate Contribution and its role in European industrial decarbonisation (PDF, 0.93 MB). Policy Brief, December 2020

Roland Ismer, Karsten Neuhoff, Alice Pirlot. Border Carbon Adjustments and Alternative Measures for the EU ETS: An Evaluation. Discussion Papers 1855, 21 S. 2020

Susanne Dröge, Karsten Neuhoff, Christian Egenhofer, Milan Elkerbout. How EU Trade Policy Can Enhance Climate Action: Options to Boost Low-Carbon Investment and Address Carbon Leakage. CEPS Report, September 2019

Karsten Neuhoff, Roland Ismer, William Acworth, Andrzej Ancygier, Carolyn Fischer, Manuel Haussner, Hanna-Liisa Kangas, Yong-Gun Kim, Clayton Munnings, Anne Owen, Stephan Pauliuk,Oliver Sartor, Misato Sato, Jan Stede, Thomas Sterner, Michael Tervooren, Ruud Tusveld, Richard Wood, Zhang Xiliang, Lars Zetterberg, Vera Zipperer. Inclusion of Consumption of Carbon Intensive Materials in Emissions Trading, An Option for Carbon Pricing Post-2020. Climate Strategies Report, May 2016

Roland Ismer, Manuel Haussner, Karsten Neuhoff, William Acworth. Inclusion of Consumption into Emissions Trading Systems: Legal Design and Practical Administration. Discussion Papers 1579, 23 S. 2016

Roland Ismer, Manuel Haussner. Inclusion of Consumption into the EU ETS: The Legal Basis under European Union Law. Reciel, Volume 25, Issue 1, S. 69 - 80. 2016

Susanna Roth, Lars Zetterberg, William AcWorth, Hannah-Liisa Kangas, Karsten Neuhoff, Vera Zipperer. The pulp and paper overview paper. Sector analysis for the Climate Strategies Project on Inclusion of Consumption in Carbon Pricing. Climate Strategies Report, May 2016

K.Neuhoff, W.Acworth, A. Ancygier, F.Branger, I. Christmas, M. Haussner, R. Ismer, A. van Rooij, O. Sartor, M. Sato and A. Schopp. Steel Report: Carbon Control Post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries. Climate Strategies Report, October 2014

K.Neuhoff; B. Vanderborght; A. Ancygier; A.T. Atasoy; M. Haussner; R. Ismer; B. Mack; JP. Ponssard; P. Quirion; A. van Rooij; N. Sabio; O. Sartor; M. Sato and A. Schopp. The Cement Report: Carbon Control and Competitiveness Post 2020 Climate Strategies Report, February 2014

Carbon Contracts for Difference

Jörn C. Richstein, Mats Kröger, Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli, Frederik Lettow. Carbon Contracts for Difference. An assessment of selected socio-economic impacts for Germany (PDF, 0.89 MB)CFM TRACTION Project Report, April 2021

O. Chiappinelli, A. Śniegocki, J. C. Richstein, M. Kröger, F. Lettow, K. Neuhoff, J. Stede, K. Brzeziński. Unlocking transition to climate-friendly material sector in Europe with Carbon Contracts for Difference and Climate Contribution Policy Brief for the CFM TRACTION Project, 2020

O. Chiappinelli, A. Śniegocki, J. C. Richstein, M. Kröger, F. Lettow, K. Neuhoff, J. Stede, K. Brzeziński. Contracts for Difference and Climate Contribution: A comparison between Germany and Poland  Synthesis Report for the CFM TRACTION Project. 2020

Timo Gerres, Pedro Linares. Carbon Contracts for Differences: their role in European industrial decarbonisation (PDF, 1.61 MB). Policy Brief, November 2020

Regional Perspective

Roos van der Reijden, Heleen de Coninck, Gauri Khandekar, Tomas Wyns. Transforming industrial clusters to implement the European Green Deal. (PDF, 1.29 MB) Policy Brief, January 2021

Mária Bartek-Lesi, Gábor Horváth, Balázs Felsmann. A Climate-Neutral Industry: Status of policy debate in European Member States. (PDF, 1.65 MB)Policy Brief, November 2020

The Climate Friendly Materials Platform builds on continuously work since 2013 to develop an effective policy framework to decarbonise the basic materials sector.
Activities under the Platform (outlined below) have received funding support from the governments of the Netherlands, Germany, France and the United Kingdom, from Heidelberg Cement, Tata Steel Europe, ArcelorMittal, Formas Commons, the Mistra Indigo Programme, Mistra Carbon Exit Programme, Leeds University, Germany’s European Climate Initiative (EUKI) and the European Climate Foundation.

Round-table workshops take place at DIW Berlin or at various international institutions to which Platform's research members are affiliated depending on specific collaborations, funding sources and focus on specific relevant topics.

Climate Friendly Materials Market Creation Through Policy Innovation CFM TRACTION

Climate-Friendly Materials Platform: Supporting the Transition in Central and Southern Europe

Inclusion of Consumption in Emissions Trading

Carbon Control Post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries

11. Januar 2021
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

CFM-Traction European Dialogue:The Policy Toolkit for Net-Zero Industrial Innovation

Speaker: Aleksander Śniegocki (WiseEuropa), Olga Dzilińska-Pietrzak (Grupa Azoty), André Horstkötter (ThyssenKrupp), Peter Menck (German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy), Oskar Kulik (WWF Poland), Rob van der Meer (HeidelbergCement), Udo Sieverding (Verbraucherzentrale NRW), Frank Sibert (BNP Paribas), Julie-Anne Hogbin (Climate Strategies), Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli
Zeit: 13:00 - 14:45

This event, organized as part of  the CFM-TRACTION  project, is designed as a stakeholder dialogue to accelerate progress towards an effective policy framework to support net-zero industrial innovation. At the event we aim to: ·    Exchange knowledge on policy instrument design, synergies in the policy mixes, the structure of an effective policy packages and its ...

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14. Dezember 2020
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

CFM-Traction joint Germany-Poland online workshop

Speaker: Andrzej Błachowicz (Climate Strategies), Aleksander Sniegocki (WiSeEurope), Karsten Neuhoff
Zeit: 12:00 - 14:00

This event, organized in the context of the CFM-TRACTION  project, is a small-scale joint workshop with key stakeholders in industrial decarbonisation across German and Poland. We are bringing together key voices to discuss the results from our series of national workshops, to discuss and compare perspectives on the national level between the two countries.

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25. Juni 2020
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

EAERE Policy Session "EU ETS plus X? Policy needs for industrial decarbonisation in the age of corona"

Speaker: Simone Borghesi (University of Siena, Florence School of Regulation Climate), Misato Sato (London School of Economics), Olga Chiappinelli (DIW Berlin), Arthur Runge-Metzger (DG Clima, European Commission), Malte Bornkamm (German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Olga Chiappinelli, Jörn Richstein
Zeit: 11:00 - 12:30

The aim of this policy session is to discuss whether or not the EU ETS needs to be complemented by other sector specific policies for the decarbonization of the industrial sector that go beyond recent reforms. Together with our panelists we would also like to reflect the recent developments in the policy debate on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis and the recovery strategy for the topic. The ...

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24. Mai 2019
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

Climate Friendly Materials Roundtable on
“Policy Design for Greening Construction Supply Chains”

Speaker: Karsten Neuhoff (DIW Berlin), Lars Zetterberg(IVL), Johan Rootzén (Chalmers University of Technology), Martin Erlandsson (IVL), Julien Morel (Swedish EPA),Anna Kadefors (KTH), Olga Chiappinelli (DIW Berlin), Jannik Giesekam (Leeds University), Karsten Neuhoff

The workshop gives an overview of mitigation options, possible set of policy instruments, and how they influence decisions (engage, improve economics, support innovation etc.), outline for the analytic approach and discussion of the day.

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4. März 2019
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

Climate Friendly Materials Roundtable on "Inclusive transformation of the European Materials Sector”

Speaker: Karsten Neuhoff (DIW Berlin), Aleksander Sniegocki (WiseEuropa), Balazs Felsmann (REKK), (IIT Comillas University), Nils May (DIW Berlin), Karsten Neuhoff
Ort: DIW Berlin im Quartier 110
Mohrenstraße 58
10117 Berlin

The workshop gives an overview of mitigation options, possible set of policy instruments, and how they influence decisions (engage, improve economics, support innovation etc.), outline for the analytic approach and discussion of the day.

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28. November 2018
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

Workshop on Trade and climate policy in 2018 and beyond. How to get the incentives right?

Ort: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
Ludwigkirchplatz 3–4
10719 Berlin

Workshop on Trade and climate policy in 2018 and beyond. How to get the incentives right?

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16. März 2018
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

Workshop on Policy packages for low-carbon road maps in the materials sector

Speaker: Diana Quezada, Eugenie Joltreau, Hugo Trappmann, Moritz Mues, Manuela Ojan, Paul Ekins, Manuel Haußner, Christopher Beauman, Oliver Sartor, Arjan Geveke, Karsten Neuhoff
Ort: DIW Berlin im Quartier 110
Mohrenstraße 58
10117 Berlin

The workshop gives an overview of mitigation options, possible set of policy instruments, and how they influence decisions (engage, improve economics, support innovation etc.), outline for the analytic approach and discussion of the day.

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7. November 2017
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

UNFCCC Side Event at COP23: Policy Design for a Climate Friendly Materials Sector

Speaker: Alexandra Carr, Wolfgang Eichhammer, Peter Stemmermann, Russel Mills, Andrew Marquard, Georg Zachmann, Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli
Ort: UNFCCC Side Event at COP23
Stand A.04
UK Pavilion
Bonn Zone
Zeit: 14:30 - 16:00

Basic materials, such as aluminium, cement and steel, are important inputs for the construction of infrastructure and buildings, as well as manufacturing of industrial products. Their primary production is, however, carbon intensive, and in Europe is responsible for the dominant share of industrial emissions, equivalent to 16% of overall greenhouse gas emissions. A portfolio of “climate ...

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20. Oktober 2017
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

Workshop on Policies to Stimulate Climate Friendly Innovation in the Materials Sector

Speaker: Henry Derwent, Roman Doubrava, Gregory Nemet, Araceli Fernandez Pales, Carl De Maré, Ilian Iliev, Heleen de Coninck, Gareth Roberts, Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli, Puja Singhal, Jörn Richstein
Ort: DIW Berlin im Quartier 110
Mohrenstraße 58
10117 Berlin

3rd Workshop, Climate Friendly Materials Platform

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8. Mai 2017
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

UNFCCC SB’s Side Event Policy Solutions for a Climate Friendly Materials Sector

Zeit: 16.45 – 18.15

Production of basic materials like steel, cement or aluminium is responsible for the majority of industrial GHG emissions. Yet so far national policies provide very limited support for climate friendly material production and efficient use of materials. In principle, Emission Trading Systems were implemented to provide the desired incentives. In practice, carbon leakage concerns trigger free ...

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23. Januar 2017
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

2nd Workshop on Policy Design for a Climate-Friendly Materials Sector

Speaker: Andrzej Blachowicz, Tobias Fleiter, John Barrett, Christopher Beauman, Robert Kok, John Barrett, Henry Derwent, Heleen de Coninck, Tomas Wyns, Heleen de Coninck, Roland Ismer, Manuel Haussner, Karsten Neuhoff, Jörn Richstein, Vera Zipperer
Ort: DIW Berlin im Quartier 110
Mohrenstraße 58
10117 Berlin

Materials are central to our economies – but their production also dominates industrial greenhouse gas emissions. It is therefore not possible for Europe to reach an 80-95% emission reduction target without significant emission reductions from the materials sector. While some production efficiency improvements and fuel shifting to lower carbon inputs have been achieved in sectors such as ...

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16. September 2016
Climate Friendly Materials Platform

1st Workshop on Policy Design for a Climate-Friendly Materials Sector

Speaker: Heleen de Coninck, Tatiana Vakhitova, Henry Derwent, Richard Baron, Maciej Bukowski, Lars Zetterberg, , Karsten Neuhoff, Jörn Richstein, Olga Chiappinelli
Ort: EU Liaison Office of the German Research Organisations (KoWi)
Rue du Trône 98
1050 Brussels

Materials are central to our economies – but their production also dominates industrial greenhouse gas emissions. It is therefore not possible for Europe to reach an 80-95% emission reduction target without significant emission reductions from the materials sector. While some production efficiency improvements and fuel shifting to lower carbon inputs have been achieved in sectors such as ...

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