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  • Externe Monographien

    Chances and Obstacles to Strengthening the Paris Agreement: The Case of Resource-Rich Countries

    Dieses Hintergrund­papier stellt wissen­schaft­liche Erkennt­nisse vor, die sich mit den grund­legenden Heraus­forderungen ressourcen­reicher Länder bei der Dekar­bo­nisierung ihrer Wirt­schaft beschäftigen. Es zeigt sich eine eher skeptische Ein­schät­zung des aktuellen Klima­ambitions­niveaus vieler dieser Länder sowie der Erwartungen hinsichtlich der Erreichung nicht nur der aktuellen NDCs, sondern ...

    Berlin: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, 2021, 15 S.
    (Background Paper for the Forum Climate Economics ; 7)
    | Karen Pittel, Franziska Holz, Sonja Peterson, Dawud Ansari, Carlo Gallier, Achim Hagen, Marcel Lumkowsky, Donia Mahabadi, Angelika Vogt, Marie-Theres von Schickfus
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    A Green COVID-19 Recovery of the EU Basic Materials Sector: Identifying Potentials, Barriers and Policy Solutions

    This paper explores climate-friendly projects that could be part of the COVID-19 recovery while jump-starting the transition of the European basic materials industry. Findings from a literature review on technology options in advanced development stages for climate-friendly production, enhanced sorting, and recycling of steel, cement, aluminium, and plastics, are combined with insights from interviews ...

    In: Climate Policy 21 (2021), 10, S. 1328-1346 | 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
  • Externe Monographien

    Structural Supply Side Management in EU ETS: Reviewing the Market Stability Reserve

    The review of the market stability reserve (MSR) is one of the key elements of the forthcoming reform of the EU ETS. This report assesses if the MSR is designed in a way that it can fulfil its pur-pose to provide sufficient supply-side flexibility under the cap. The authors discuss different op-tions for adapting and complementing the MSR parameters, such as the intake rate and thresholds for interventions, ...

    Dessau-Roßlau: Umweltbundesamt, 2021, 63 S.
    (Climate Change ; 2021, 39)
    | Aleksander Zaklan, Jakob Graichen, Verena Graichen, Hauke Hermann, Johanna Cludius
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    An Open Tool for Creating Battery-Electric Vehicle Time Series from Empirical Data, emobpy

    There is substantial research interest in how future fleets of battery-electric vehicles will interact with the power sector. Various types of energy models are used for respective analyses. They depend on meaningful input parameters, in particular time series of vehicle mobility, driving electricity consumption, grid availability, or grid electricity demand. As the availability of such data is highly ...

    In: Scientific Data 8 (2021), 152, 18 S. | Carlos Gaete-Morales, Hendrik Kramer, Wolf-Peter Schill, Alexander Zerrahn
  • Externe Monographien

    Effectiveness, Spillovers, and Well-Being Effects of Driving Restriction Policies

    We study the effectiveness, spillovers, and well-being effects of low emission zones in Germany, an emission-intensity-based driving restriction rapidly growing in popularity. Using regression discontinuity and group-time difference-in-differences designs, we show that previous estimates of the policy’s impact on traffic-related air pollution significantly underestimate its effectiveness. We provide ...

    Berlin: DIW Berlin, 2021, 54 S.
    (Working Paper / European Institute on Economics and the Environment ; 21-13)
    | Luis Sarmiento, Nicole Wägner, Aleksandar Zaklan
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    To Ban or Not to Ban Carbon-Intensive Materials: A Legal and Administrative Assessment of Product Carbon Requirements

    By setting near-zero-emission requirements for the production of certain products to be sold on the European single market (product carbon requirements, PCRs), the European Union could accelerate the phase-out of carbon-intensive production processes.The announcement of such requirements would send a signal to producers,financing institutions and other relevant stakeholders, thus incentivizing them ...

    In: Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 30 (2021), 2, S. 249-262 | Timo Gerres, Manuel Haussner, Karsten Neuhoff, Alice Pirlot
  • DIW Weekly Report 26 / 2021

    Climate Neutrality Requires Coordinated Measures for High Quality Recycling

    For Europe to reach climate neutrality by mid-century, it needs to move toward a circular economy. Waste avoidance, reuse, and recycling save primary resources and avoid emissions in the production of basic materials like steel, cement, and plastics. Without exploring circular economy potentials, switching production to climate-neutral processes alone would result in significant costs and tremendous ...

    2021| Xi Sun, Frederik Lettow, Karsten Neuhoff
  • Diskussionspapiere 1935 / 2021

    Carbon Pricing of Basic Materials: Incentives and Risks for the Value Chain and Consumers

    For the European Union to realise its ambition of carbon neutrality, emissions from basic material production need to be reduced through low-carbon production processes, material efficiency and substitution, as well as enhanced recycling. Different reform options for the EU ETS are discussed that ensure a consistent carbon price incentive for all these mitigation options, while avoiding the risk of ...

    2021| Jan Stede, Stefan Pauliuk, Gilang Hardadi, Karsten Neuhoff
  • Other refereed essays

    A Real Chance for Transatlantic Partnership on Climate Policy

    In: Intereconomics 56 (2021), 1, S. 20-22 | Claudia Kemfert
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Distributional Impacts of Carbon Pricing: A Meta-Analysis

    Understanding the distributional impacts of market-based climate policies is crucial to design economically efficient climate change mitigation policies that are socially acceptable and avoid adverse impacts on the poor. Empirical studies that examine the distributional impacts of carbon pricing and fossil fuel subsidy reforms in different countries arrive at ambiguous results. To systematically determine ...

    In: Environmental & Resource Economics 78 (2021), 1, S. 1-42 | Nils Ohlendorff, Michael Jakob, Jan Christoph Minx, Carsten Schröder, Jan Christoph Steckel
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