Category: Low emission pathways

Framework for qualitative assessment of side-effects of low-emission transition pathways in livestock farming in the Netherlands

The Netherlands, alongside many other European countries, has committed to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80-95% in 2050, relative to 1990 emission levels. This commitment was made as part of the Paris Agreement...

The carbon bubble and investment risk – getting capital costs ‘right’ in Europe’s electricity sector transition

The mitigation of climate change and limiting global temperature rise to ‘well below 2°C’ are key priorities for EU and its member countries. Part of the transformation required to meet these goals will be...

Exploring public acceptance of renewable energy in Kenya

Kenya, in common with many developing countries, is attempting to grow its economy against a backdrop of international agreements to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Under 2015’s Paris Agreement the Kenyan Government committed to reduce...