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This year’s materials for the G20 Summit include a SCEPA research paper co-written by Willi Semmler, the Director of SCEPA’s Economics of Climate Change project. The paper investigates how to recover the European Union (EU)’s sense of common aims after the Covid-19 crisis to address challenges such as long-term scarring of the labor market, Climate Change, European social and health care system and sustainability of sovereign debt. 

What climate policies must be part of the global Covid-19 recovery plans to ensure better pathways to a low carbon economy?

The Journal Makronom, based in Germany, recently published a piece co-authored by Economist Willi Semmler, director of SCEPA’s Economics of Climate Change project, on COVID-19 and climate change.

Germany’s Die Zeit, one of Germany’s most influential newspapers, featured the work of Economist Willi Semmler, director of SCEPA’s Economics of Climate Change project, on climate policy and strategy.

Adding green bonds to current carbon taxes is the most effective strategy to achieve global environmental goals, according to research by SCEPA economist Willi Semmler and economists at the Economics Research Institute in Berlin (DIW).

Brief — In light of the urgency presented by global warming, this policy note makes a case for ambitious mitigation policies aimed at reducing carbon emissions.

The issue of who is responsible for funding climate mitigation and adaptation is central to climate negotiations.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ramping up its collaboration with climate change experts in the academic community.