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      Achieving Net-Zero in the G20: a Novel Supply-Side Climate Policy to Value Carbon Sinks

      Achieving Net-Zero in the G20: a Novel Supply-Side Climate Policy to Value Carbon Sinks

      T20

      The Group of Twenty (G20) includes the world’s largest fossil fuel producers and consumers. Deep transformations in energy-consuming behavior and technology and widespread enhancement of carbon sinks are necessary for these countries to achieve net-zero emissions in alignment with Paris-compliant…

      Paul Zakkour, Wolfgang Heidug, Eli Mitchell-Larson

      2020
      Supply-side Climate Policy for Crude Oil Producers
      Climate Change Policies and Governance

      Supply-side Climate Policy for Crude Oil Producers

      Paul Zakkour, Wolfgang Heidug

      This paper considers the potential for supply-side climate policy to increase climate action, with a focus on crude oil producers and exporting countries. To date, supply-side policies have not been widely used in efforts to tackle climate change, and the…

      Paul Zakkour Zakkour, Paul
      Wolfgang Heidug Heidug, Wolfgang
      21st September 2020
      Carbon Sequestration Units (CSUs): A New Tool to Mitigate Carbon Emissions

      Carbon Sequestration Units (CSUs): A New Tool to Mitigate Carbon Emissions

      Paul Mollet, Wolfgang Heidug, Paul Zakkour, Eric Williams

      The United Kingdom’s decision to aim for net zero emissions by 2050 and to enshrine it in law raises the bar for global policymakers as the world seeks to limit the impact of climate change. A recent European Commission paper…

      Paul Mollet Mollet, Paul
      Wolfgang Heidug Heidug, Wolfgang
      Paul Zakkour Zakkour, Paul
      Eric Williams Williams, Eric
      13th January 2020
      A Mechanism for CCS in the Post-Paris Era
      Climate Change Policies and Governance

      A Mechanism for CCS in the Post-Paris Era

      Wolfgang Heidug, Paul Zakkour

      The Paris Agreement committed ratifying Parties to hold the increase in the global average temperature to much less than 2°C above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit the increase to 1.5°C. The Agreement also committed Parties to achieving…

      Wolfgang Heidug Heidug, Wolfgang
      Paul Zakkour Zakkour, Paul
      7th April 2019