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Klimawandel: Was auf Unternehmen in Deutschland zukommt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Und unsere Simulationen zeigen, dass Rhein und Donau, unsere wichtigsten Wasserstraßen, im Sommer sehr wahrscheinlich häufiger starke Niedrigwasser haben werden. Auf der Elbe war der Transportverkehr im Sommer 2018 ganz eingestellt, obwohl aus Stauseen in Tschechien immer noch Wasser zur Stützung des Niedrigwassers entlassen wurde.

All diese Probleme führen dann dazu, dass Just-in-Time-Logistik schwieriger wird. Wahrscheinlich wird es wieder mehr Lagerhaltung brauchen, um Verzögerun...
climatepolicy  climate  climateproblems 
21 days ago by patrick-dd
Mission Possible | Energy Transitions Commission
Reaching net-zero carbon emissions from harder-to-abate sectors by mid-century Reaching net-zero carbon emissions from heavy industry and heavy-duty transport sectors is technically and financially possible by mid-century – 2050 in developed countries and 2060 in developing countries.
transformation  industrial.policy  industry  resource!  climatepolicy 
25 days ago by zesteur
Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals - Global and Regional 100% Renewable Energy Scenarios with Non-energy GHG Pathways for +1.5°C and +2°C | Sven Teske | Springer
This open access book presents global and regional Representative Concentration Pathways (RCPs) for 100% renewable energy and non-energy greenhouse gas in order to keep climate change significantly under +2°C and thereby achieve the Paris Climate Agreement goals.
climatepolicy  modelling  global.strategies  renewables 
4 weeks ago by zesteur
Home | 100% RE
The One Earth Climate Model is one of the most detailed climate and energy studies ever produced. It offers a unique and interactive look at what the renewables revolution could look like on the path to meeting the most ambitious, yet essential, goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.
climatepolicy  global.strategies  modelling  renewables 
4 weeks ago by zesteur
The case for “conditional optimism” on climate change - Vox
Limiting the damage requires rapid, radical change — but such changes have happened before.
1.5degrees  decoupling  climatepolicy  green.growth  degrowth  tectoeconomics  factors  TFP 
9 weeks ago by zesteur
Emissions are still rising: ramp up the cuts
With sources of renewable energy spreading fast, all sectors can do more to decarbonize the world, argue Christiana Figueres and colleagues.
12 weeks ago by zesteur
Guest post: Ten charts show how the world is progressing on clean energy | Carbon Brief
Rapid progress towards clean energy is needed to meet the global ambition to limit warming to no more than 1.5C above pre-industrial temperatures.
climatepolicy  countries  data  decarbonisation  energiewende 
december 2018 by zesteur
The Economic Case for Combating Climate Change
Countries taking ambitious action against climate change can benefit macroeconomically without suffering an early-mover disadvantage.
D  climatepolicy  scenarios  bcg 
november 2018 by zesteur
The Low Carbon Economy Index: PwC UK
Tracking the progress that G20 countries have made to decarbonise their economies since 2000.
climatepolicy  1.5degrees 
october 2018 by zesteur
Generate - September 10, 2018 - Axios
Why now: "The massive fires that we're dealing with in California — I don't need to debate whether that's a climate issue," Tyson said, adding that climate change has direct and indirect effects on people's health.
CaliforniaDrought  wildfires  climatePolicy 
september 2018 by huntercutting
RT : Recycle revenues from , make work for people - new blog article by David Klenert…
MCC  ClimatePolicy  CarbonPricing  from twitter
august 2018 by patrick-dd

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