25 May 2021

EAERE is an IPCC observer organization

EAERE is officially an IPCC observer organization. The IPCC has at present 30 Observer Organizations among United Nations bodies and organizations as participating organisations, and 143 non-UN observers. Representatives of observer organizations may attend sessions of the IPCC and the plenary sessions of the IPCC Working Groups. They are also invited to encourage experts to…

28 January 2021

Climate Adaptation Summit 2021

On 25-26 January 2021, the online international Climate Adaptation Summit (CAS) 2021 took place. It was hosted by the Netherlands and convened global leaders and local stakeholders. The meeting saw the launch of the Adaptation Action Agenda: a comprehensive document aimed at tracking adaptation actions worldwide and enhancing solutions. Read the Agenda here

12 November 2020

The Promise of Green Growth: A Pathway to Prosperity while Achieving National and Global Ambitions

The Promise of Green Growth: A Pathway to Prosperity while Achieving National and Global Ambitions – GGGI Technical Report No. 15 forms part of the collection Achieving Global Green Transformation, which includes GGGI flagship reports highlighting the economic foundations of green growth and key approaches for developing green growth policies and plans and for implementing…

7 October 2020

New proposed missions for a greener, healthier and more resilient Europe

During the European Research and Innovation Days (22-24 September 2020), high-level independent experts presented their proposals to the European Commission for possible EU missions on some of the most pressing societal challenges we are facing. Among them, making Europe climate resilient, restoring our ocean and waters, achieving 100 climate-neutral cities, and ensuring 75% of soils…

15 July 2020

The Sustainable Future Policy Lab

The Sustainable Future Policy Lab is a commentary site built by leading authors in environmental economics which focuses on environmental, natural resource and climate change economics and is aimed at academics, the public, policymakers and journalists. It includes articles from SFPLab members and strongly encourage submissions from external contributors. External contributions are reviewed by internal…

22 April 2020

A note on energy policies for sustainability after Covid-19

Covid-19 is changing the scenarios on which most policies were based, including those in the fields of energy and the environment. Policy Outreach Committee Chair and Secretary-General Jos Delbeke and Simone Borghesi , along with Jean-Michel Glachant, Alberto Pototschnig and Pippo Ranci have put together a list of 10 suggestions that should inspire post Covid19 energy and climate policies.…

20 February 2020

Technical Report: Modelling the global economic impacts of environmental change to support policy-making

The Earth’s ecosystems are in decline, putting their ability to provide the ecosystem services on which the world’s economies rely at risk. Unless we reverse these trends, the implications for human wellbeing are profound. Although the depth of humankind’s reliance on nature cannot be fully captured in a single economic metric, such as gross domestic…

17 February 2020

Human Development Report 2019 – UNDP

The 2019 Human Development Report – Beyond income, beyond averages, beyond today: Inequalities in human development in the 21st century is the latest in the series of global Human Development Reports published by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) since 1990. The reports deal with major development issues, and provide sound scientifically based discussions. This…

23 January 2020

McKinsey Report on Climate risk and response: Physical hazards and socioeconomic impacts

This report focuses on the physical effects of our changing climate. Current and future risks are assessed within a 30 year time span and case studies are used to analyse and understand the mechanisms through which physical climate change leads to increased socioeconomic risk. Impacts are also explored with estimates on probabilities and magnitude of potential impacts. The…

20 January 2020

World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2020

The Global Risks Report 2020 presents the major risks facing the world in the coming year. It focuses on the need for a multistakeholder approach towards the world’s greatest challenges, and comes ahead of the World Economic Forum’s 50th Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters, where the focus is Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World. Stakeholders…