Climate change, including global warming and the greater risk of extreme weather events such as flooding, droughts and heat waves, is a major global concern.  It is a complex, global issue with scientific, economic, social, political, moral and ethical implications whose impacts are felt locally.

It makes good economic sense to act now to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions.  If we delay acting on emissions, it will only mean more radical intervention in the future at greater cost.  Acting sooner rather than later can also help to achieve long-term, sustainable economic growth from a low-carbon economy.

You need to know how to achieve this long-term, sustainable economic growth.  We can help you by analysing the impact of different climate policies on a variety of sectors and geographies and adding valuable insight through our understanding of the policy process.

Some challenging questions we can help you answer:

Our Climate work

Climate finance: climate-related scenario analysis

We help financial institutions plan for the future and implement the recommendations of the Task-force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) using our in-house macroeconomic model: We provide you with: national and global analysis of the transitional impacts ...

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EU Carbon Leakage List post-2020

Cambridge Econometrics supported the European Commission to determine the post-2020 Carbon Leakage List. The Carbon Leakage List contains a number of (sub-)sectors which are deemed to face the risk of carbon leakage due to the EU Emission Trading System (ETS). This is signi...

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Halfway There: existing policies put Europe on track for emissions cuts of at least 50% by 2030

This report produced by Sandbag uses our globally renowned E3ME model to investigate how recently agreed climate and energy policies would change EU greenhouse gas emissions reductions. We worked with the client to develop a baseline case and set of scenarios based on differe...

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Energy scenario: employment implications of the Paris Climate Agreement

For Eurofound, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (an agency of the European Union), Cambridge Econometrics prepared projections for the number and type of jobs that could be available in Europe in 2030 if the Paris Climate Agreement were...

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New Climate Economy: unlocking the inclusive growth story of the 21st Century

We provided empirical inputs to the New Climate Economy 2018 Global Commission Report "Unlocking the Inclusive Growth Story of the 21st Century". The aim of the modelling exercise was to illustrate examples of policies that can simultaneously promote economic growth and reduce...

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Reviewing the impact of the low-carbon mobility transition on jobs

We carried out this review of the drivers of the impact on jobs from the transition to low-carbon cars and vans in Europe.

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Macroeconomic impact of stranded fossil fuel assets

Macroeconomic impact of stranded fossil fuel assets, a major global study finds that rates of technological change in energy efficiency and renewable power are likely to cause a sudden drop in demand for fossil fuels, with major implications for the global economy. The study, ...

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Charging Poland

The electrification of Polish road transport is one of the Polish government’s most important economic priorities. 'Charging Poland' aims to present the possible scenarios and expected macroeconomic effects related to the electrification of the road transport sector in Polan...

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Oil market futures

The European Climate Foundation asked us to investigate the economic effects of reducing transport-related CO2 emissions.

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Climate blog posts

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For more information on our work in Climate, contact:

Dóra Fazekas Managing Director (Hungary) df@camecon.com