Publications

Factsheet

Denmark Country Factsheet: 1.5°C Pathways for Europe

The aim of the 1.5°C Pathways for Europe Project is to derive Paris Agreement compatible emissions and energy mix pathways for key European countries. The project seeks to highlight existing scenarios that demonstrate that a very high level of ambition on climate and energy policy is possible for the European Union. Here are presented such possible pathways for Denmark.

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Main Report

1.5°C Pathways for Europe: Achieving the highest plausible climate ambition

This report presents domestic emissions and energy mix pathways required to meet the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C goal for the EU27 and nine Member States, and assesses if their current 2030 climate targets are in line with these pathways.

To date, governments have submitted inadequate and unambitious national climate targets that are not sufficient to meet the Paris Agreement long-term temperature goal according to the latest available science.

Authors
Experts from Climate Analytics:
Ryan Wilson, Lara Welder, Alexandre Delfosse, Jonas Hörsch, Deborah Ramalope, Matthew Gidden, Bill Hare.

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The science of temperature overshots
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The science of temperature overshoots

Impacts, uncertainties and implications for near-term emissions reductions.

Authors
Experts from Climate Analytics:
Susanne Baur, Alexander Nauels, Uta Klönne,  Carl-Friedrich Schleussner
Climate Analytics

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Summary Report

1.5°C to survive. Evidence from the IPCC Special Reports

This briefing summarises the impacts of global warming at and above 1.5°C relative to pre-industrial levels. Key information is extracted from the Special Reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of its sixth assessment report cycle (AR6).

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Report

Overview briefing on the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of the 1.5°C

The report explains that limiting warming to 1.5°C avoids the worst impacts of climate, highlights climate change impacts that could be avoided by limiting global warming to 1.5°C compared to 2°C and that it is clear that limiting warming to 1.5°C is still possible even when accounting for uncertainties and feedbacks in the climate system.

Authors
Experts from Climate Analytics:
Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Alexandrine Lanson, Susanne Baur, Claire Fyson, Thessa Beck, Corinne Kowalski, Alexander Nauels

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Report

Overview briefing on the the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land

Authors
Experts from Climate Analytics:
Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Alexandrine Lanson, Susanne Baur, Claire Fyson, Thessa Beck, Corinne Kowalski, Alexander Nauels

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Overview briefing on the IPCC Special Report on Ocean and Cryosphere

Authors
Experts from Climate Analytics:
Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Alexandrine Lanson,  Susanne Baur, Claire Fyson,  Thessa Beck, Corinne Kowalski, Alexander Nauels

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Report

Nordic Food Transition

Eight case studies of forerunners in climate friendly food production. Followed by 40 policy recommendations. This report can be read online here.

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Report

Ocean acidification in the Black Sea

The aim of this report is to inform environmental NGOs on the status of ocean acidification in the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea, and give an insight into the actors working with ocean acidification. Here are presented such information for some countries at the Black Sea: Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria and a guide for educational tools concerning ocean acidification.

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Ocean acidification in the Baltic Sea from a Swedish perspective

The aim of this report is to inform environmental NGOs on the status of ocean acidification in the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea, and give an insight into the actors working with ocean acidification. Here are presented such information for Sweden.

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