FEEM's e-journal the "Review of Environment, Energy and Economics" is a tool for the dissemination of the work and research-based policy analysis of FEEM researchers and leading international scholars, covering the areas of environmental and energy economics and policy, and offering new insights into the challenges ahead.

HIGHLIGHTS
Challenges of the Paris Agreement
Greening the WTO
Energy: Scenarios and Challenges
Life is a Balancing Act
Energy Efficiency in Turkey
What about European Gas Markets?
ARTICLES
 
May
03
2016
 
Paris Agreement: Strengths and Weaknesses behind a Diplomatic Success
Elisa Calliari, Aurora D’Aprile and Marinella Davide
Environment - Articles
 

The record-breaking participation to the signing ceremony of the Paris Agreement held in New York on April, 22nd 2016, marks a first important step towards its entry into force. Yet, challenges remain for turning commitments into action. This article explores key limitations that Parties will need to address in the upcoming years.

Feb
04
2016
 
Unpacking the Paris Agreement
by Elisa Calliari, Aurora D'Aprile and Marinella Davide
Environment - Articles
 

What are the main features of the new global climate agreement adopted in Paris at COP21? This Re3 article examines the new climate deal, hailed as a turning point in climate negotiations, paying particular attention to mitigation, cooperative approaches, adaptation and loss & damage, climate finance, compliance and review mechanisms.

Dec
17
2015
 
Laudato Si': the Beauty of Pope Francis' Vision
by Andrea Tilche and Antonello Nociti
Environment - Articles
 

The Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis, "Laudato si'", addresses for the first time in the Church's history the subject of the protection of the environment. In this article Andrea Tilche, scientist and science manager, and Antonello Nociti, writer and philosopher, analyze and discuss this complex document.

Dec
15
2015
 
COP21 Side Event on Transparency, Policy Surveillance and Levels of Effort
by Keigo Akimoto, Carlo Carraro, Raymond Kopp and Massimo Tavoni
Environment - Video
 

Re3 is pleased to publish the video of the side event "Transparency, Policy Surveillance and Levels of Effort” held at the COP21 venue in Paris. The event was co-organized by FEEM, the Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth and Resources for the Future.

Dec
10
2015
 
COP21 Side Event on Multi-level Climate Governance
by Almut Arneth, Scott Barrett, Carlo Carraro, Edoardo Croci, Christopher Kennedy, Benedetta Lucchitta, Giandomenico Magliano, Massimo Tavoni
Environment - Video
 

Re3 is pleased to publish the video of the side event "Multi-level Climate Governance: an integrated Analysis of National, Regional and Local Policies” held at the COP21 venue in Paris along with a few comments on the debate. The event was co-organized by FEEM, IEFE and University of Edinburgh.



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