ECF CEO Johannes Meier describes the transition to a decarbonised economy as a huge opportunity for the EU to set an example for the rest of the world.
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Today, a group of 27 scientists from across the world join forces to address the coal industry’s false claim that “high-efficiency coal” is a climate solution.
Renée Bruel, ECF Senior Associate, Energy Efficiency, explained how the ECF’s work on standards and labels can have a great impact on the reduction of CO2 emissions in Europe.
Thomas Fricke, former Chief Economist of the Financial Times Deutschland will serve as the ECF’s Chief Economist, working from the Berlin office.
New research shows that countries can decarbonise at faster-than-average rates while still generating new sources of economic growth and jobs.
New report from the UN IPCC offers the most detailed assessment of climate science ever.
The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, and its flagship project, the New Climate Economy, launched today, aim to help governments, businesses, and society make better policy and investment decisions.
Publication series highlights the impact of AR5 on businesses.
ECF’s Johannes Meier and Arne Mogren lay out three prerequisites for European decarbonisation: market integration, a robust carbon price, and strengthened infrastructure.