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Exploring policy instruments and pathways toward the 1.5°C target of the Paris Agreement

Together with the University of Freiburg, Perspectives examines how international climate policy instruments (e.g. crediting mechanisms) may potentially contribute to raising ambitions in nationally...

Together with the University of Freiburg (Department of Forest and Environmental Policy & Department of International Politics), Perspectives Climate Research gGmbH examines how international climate policy instruments (e.g. crediting mechanisms) may potentially contribute to raising ambitions in nationally determined contributions (NDCs) necessary for achieving the 1.5° C target. The research project TABEK – Raising Transformative Ambitions – Contributions of Effective Climate Instruments is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research under grant no. 01LS1621A. The research grant is part of the programme on Contribution to the IPCC Special Report 1.5 degree warming.

For project updates and publications, please visit https://www.researchgate.net/project/TABEK-Raising-Transformative-Ambitions-Contributions-of-Effective-Climate-Instruments

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