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  • Externe Monographien

    Green Growth and Degrowth: To Grow or not to Grow

    Economic policy approaches for the climate-critical decade: Part I of the Policy Forum brings together leading experts from the fields of Green Growth, Postgrowth, and Degrowth to debate their different visions for the pathway toward sustainable economies. We will give room to separately explore the ideas and arguments of Green Growth and Postgrowth/Degrowth and bring the different approaches together ...

    Berlin: d\carb future economy forum, 2024, 7 S.
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Comparison of the Environmental Impacts of Heating Systems in Chile by Life Cycle Assessment

    The present study conducts a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to evaluate the environmental impacts of heating technologies commonly used in Chile based on six environmental indicators: Climate Change (CC), Human Toxicity (HT), Formation of Particulate Matter (PM), Formation of Photochemical Oxidants (PO), Ozone Destruction (OD), and Water Depletion (WD). Due to the extensive length of the territory studied, ...

    In: Cleaner Environmental Systems 13 (2024), 100192, 13 S. | Adrián-Enrique Ortiz-Rojas, Ismaela Magliotto-Quevedo, Leonardo Guerra, Carlos Gaete-Morales, Paula Guerra, Camila Mery-Araya
  • Externe Monographien

    Green Political Economy: What Is Holding up the Green Transition?

    Critical discussions about decarbonising our economy: This new series brings together leading thinkers in the political economy of the environment to discuss why business as usual is still going so strong, despite the scientific evidence that urgent action is needed. In this series, we ask our guests "what is holding up the green transition"? The events explore systemic root causes of the climate crisis ...

    Berlin: d\carb future economy forum, 2024, 4 S.
  • Externe Monographien

    Green Innovation Policies

    Achieving climate neutrality and energy independence will require the accelerated diffusion ofexisting technologies, further cost reductions, as well as innovation in new technologies.However, climate related frontier innovation, as measured by patent fi lings, has been decliningsince 2012. In contrast, the deployment of existing technologies seems on the rise. The focus ondiffusion and commercialization ...

    Berlin: d\carb future economy forum, 2024, 4 S.
  • Externe Monographien

    Green Macroeconomics: Time for a New Paradigm

    Making macroeconomics fit for a climate-neutral future: The European Union decided to be climate-neutral by 2050 and, hence, become the first climate-neutral continent in the world. Becoming climate-neutral can be considered one of the biggest challenges in our industrial societies. This transition will shape our future tremendously. The invasion of Ukraine further reinforced the necessity to speed ...

    Berlin: d\carb future economy forum, 2024, 6 S.
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Advancing Sustainable Development Goals through Energy Access: Lessons from the Global South

    Under the banner of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7), governments, industry, and civil society organisations have supported many energy access projects since 2015. Notably, funding and investments allotted to renewable energy are regarded not only to provide ‘energy for all’ but also support the delivery of other SDGs related to climate change, food security, health, and poverty ...

    In: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 199 (2024), 114457, 15 S. | Angela Mae Minas, Samira García-Freites, Christopher Walsh, Velma Mukoro, Jhud Mikhail Aberilla, Amanda April, Jaise Kuriakose, Carlos Gaete-Morales, Alejandro Gallego-Schmid, Sarah Mander
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Toward a Systemic Approach to Energy Transformation in Algeria

    This paper examines the drivers of Algeria's energy transformation as well as the cross-cutting issues and challenges in the transformation process. It suggests a framework that accelerates sustainable transformation based on the ideologies of systemic reasoning. Interviews were conducted with 20 energy experts in Algeria, along with a content analysis of policy documents, reports, and previous studies. ...

    In: Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration 8 (2023), S. 365–379 | Khadidja Sakhraoui, Albert K. Awopone, Christian von Hirschhausen, Noara Kebir, Redha Agadi
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Policy Evaluation of Waste Pricing Programs Using Heterogeneous Causal Effect Estimation

    Using machine learning methods in a quasi-experimental setting, I study the heterogeneous effects of introducing waste prices - unit prices on household unsorted waste disposal - on waste demands and municipal costs. Using a unique panel of Italian municipalities with large variation in prices and observables, I show that waste demands are nonlinear. I find evidence of constant elasticities at low ...

    In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 117 (2023), 102755, 18 S. | Marica Valente
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Measuring Total Carbon Pricing

    While countries increasingly commit to pricing greenhouse gases directly through carbon taxes or emissions trading systems, indirect forms of carbon pricing-such as fuel excise taxes and fuel subsidy reforms-remain important factors affecting the mitigation incentives in an economy. Taken together, how can policy makers think about the overall price signal for carbon emissions and the incentive it ...

    In: The World Bank Research Observer (2024) im Ersch. [Online first: 2023-10-06] | Paolo Agnolucci, Carolyn Fischer, Dirk Heine, Mariza Montes de Oca Leon, Joseph Pryor, Kathleen Patroni, Stéphane Hallegatte
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Green or Greedy: The Relationship between Perceived Benefits and Homeowners’ Intention to Adopt Residential Low-carbon Technologies

    Transitioning to a net-zero economy requires a nuanced understanding of homeowners’ decision-making pathways when considering the adoption of Low Carbon Technologies (LCTs). These LCTs present both personal and collective benefits, with positive perceptions critically influencing attitudes and intentions. Our study analyses the relationship between two primary benefits: the household-level financial ...

    In: Energy Research & Social Science 108 (2024), 103388, 14 S. | Fabian Scheller, Karyn Morrissey, Karsten Neuhoff, Dogan Keles
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