Publications

APC 38

A vision for zero carbon emissions in the Nordic-Baltic region by about 2030

The Nordic-Baltic region can manage without any CO2 emissions from the electricity, heat and industrial sectors by 2030.
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APC 37

The Greenhouse Effect, Global Warming and Implications for Coral Reefs

The projected water temperature increase will greatly affect the most biodiversity rich ecosystems of the oceans – the tropical coral reefs – which harbor some 25 per cent of all marine species.
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APC 36

Cost-benefit analysis of NOx control for ships in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea

The analyses show that a NOx levy and fund system would be a cost-effective complement to NECAs and it would ensure much needed faster and further emission reductions.
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Policy brief

Paths to a sustainable agricultural system

Pathways to a Nordic agricultural and food system with reduced emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants. A policy brief financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
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APC 35

A 1.5 target is needed to save the Baltic Sea

Effects of global temperature increases on the biodiversity of the Baltic Sea
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APC 33

Carbon Capture and Storage in Norway, 2nd edition

The Norwegian interest in CCS depends largely on the oil and gas sector.
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Short paper on the UNFCCC Structured Expert Dialogue

Short paper on the UNFCCC Structured Expert Dialogue on the 2013-2015 Review, with a particular focus on the 1.5°C target.
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APC 32

Carbon Capture and Storage in Norway – The moon landing that failed

The Norwegian interest in CCS depends largely on the oil and gas sector.
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