All pages with keywords: low carbon transition

The Paris Agreement is highly ambitious and very clever  

The Paris Agreement is highly ambitious and very clever  

a commentary by Michael Jacobs 19 December, 2015

Visiting researcher, Michael Jacobs, on why the Paris Agreement provides a strong basis for future global action on climate change. read more »


Why are we waiting? The logic, urgency, and promise of tackling climate change

a book by Nicholas Stern 1 April, 2015

Nicholas Stern argues that the risks and costs of climate change are worse than estimated in the landmark Stern Review in 2006—and far worse than implied by standard economic models. read more »


Report launch event: The Low-Carbon Transition

Report launch event: The Low-Carbon Transition

Policy Seminar Nicholas Stern 6 Apr 2011

A joint European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) / Grantham Research Institute event ‘The Low Carbon Transition’ is a special report on climate change mitigation in the countries from … read more »


A low-carbon future is the one we must all fight for

A low-carbon future is the one we must all fight for

a commentary by Michael Jacobs 2 December, 2012

Michael Jacobs: UN negotiations in Doha are just a sideshow. The real climate change battle is being staged elsewhere the Guardian


Why the EU should be cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2020

Why the EU should be cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2020

a commentary by Alex Bowen 4 July, 2011

On 5 July 2011, the European Parliament will be asked to endorse an increase in the European Union’s target for greenhouse gas reductions, from 20 to 30 per cent by … read more »