Revising the 'host country standard' principle: a step for China to align its overseas investment with the Paris Agreement.
(Re)Framing ocean acidification in the context of the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change (UNFCCC) and Paris Agreement.
The population structural transition effect on rising per capita CO2 emissions: evidence from China.
Piecemeal or combined? Assessing greenhouse gas mitigation spillovers in US forest and agriculture policy portfolios.
Carbon leakage in aviation policy.
Knowledge gaps and climate adaptation policy: a comparative analysis of six Latin American countries.
The death spiral of coal in the U.S.: will changes in U.S. Policy turn the tide?
Technical characteristics of a solar geoengineering deployment and implications for governance.
Enhancing the value of adaptation reporting as a driver for action: lessons from the UK.
Diversity of greenhouse gas emission drivers across European countries since the 2008 crisis.
Mid-Century Strategies: pathways to a low-carbon future?
Would different methodologies for assessing carbon leakage exposure lead to different risk levels? A case study of the Brazilian industry.
Implications of Japan's long term climate mitigation target and the relevance of uncertain nuclear policy.
The levelized cost of carbon: a practical, if imperfect, method to compare CO2 abatement projects.
Beyond carbon pricing: policy levers for negative emissions technologies.
How to reach an elusive INDC target: macro-economic implications of carbon taxation and emissions trading in Turkey.
Mapping and clustering the adoption of carbon pricing policies: what polities price carbon and why?
Perceived fairness and public acceptability of carbon pricing: a review of the literature.
Engineering climate debt: temperature overshoot and peak-shaving as risky subprime mortgage lending.
Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement and the costs of delayed action.
Effect of reciprocity on public opinion of international climate treaties: experimental evidence from the US and China.
Challenges for hydropower-based nationally determined contributions: a case study for Ecuador.
Catalyzing mitigation ambition under the Paris Agreement: elements for an effective Global Stocktake.
Interaction between CO2 emissions trading and renewable energy subsidies under uncertainty: feed-in tariffs as a safety net against over-allocation.
Modelling innovation and the macroeconomics of low-carbon transitions: theory, perspectives and practical use.
Narratives in REDD+ benefit sharing: examining evidence within and beyond the forest sector.
Taking stock of Climate Change Acts in Europe: living policy processes or symbolic gestures?
Governing geoengineering research for the Great Barrier Reef.
How to operationalize accounting under Article 6 market mechanisms of the Paris Agreement.
Multilateral parametric climate risk insurance: a tool to facilitate agreement about deployment of solar geoengineering?
Social impacts of climate change mitigation policies and their implications for inequality.
Securing the climate benefits of stable forests.
The role of climate finance beyond renewables: demand-side management and carbon capture, usage and storage.
Attitudes toward climate change mitigation policies: a review of measures and a construct of policy attitudes.
Policy options to streamline the carbon market for agricultural nitrous oxide emissions.
Measuring whether municipal climate networks make a difference: the case of utility-scale solar PV investment in large global cities.
The differentiated impact of emissions trading system based on company size.
Climate displacement and resettlement: the importance of claims-making 'from below'.
Carbon neutral policy in action: the case of Bhutan.
The resilience paradox: flooding experience, coping and climate change mitigation intentions.
Climate-governance entrepreneurship, higher-order learning, and sustainable consumption: the case of the state of Oregon, United States.
Power, coalitions and institutional change in South African climate policy.
Policy goals, partisanship and paradigmatic change in energy policy – analyzing parliamentary discourse in Germany over 30 years.
Is it time to abolish company car benefits? An analysis of transport behaviour in Germany and implications for climate change.
Power interplay between actors: using material and ideational resources to shape local adaptation plans of action (LAPAs) in Nepal.
Health co-benefits and the development of climate change mitigation policies in the European Union.
Energy-intensive manufacturing sectors in China: policy priorities for achieving climate mitigation and energy conservation targets.
Climate change and the agricultural sector in Ireland: examining farmer awareness and willingness to adopt new advisory mitigation tools.
Reducing wind power curtailment in China: comparing the roles of coal power flexibility and improved dispatch.
Designing air ticket taxes for climate change mitigation: insights from a Swedish valuation study.