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
 
Jun
01
2014
 
Buy Coal to Solve Free Riding
Bård Harstad
Energy - Video
 

Bård Harstad received the 2013 Erik Kempe Award for his novel and insightful contribution to the study of international environmental policy in his paper “Buy Coal! A Case for Supply-Side Environmental Policy". In a short video, he explains to Re3 the logics behind his theory, and possibly why the jury chose this paper for the award.

Apr
09
2013
 
No Facts without Values
Ottmar Edenhofer
Environment - Interviews
 

Climate change is still not widely recognized as a burning issue. Despite illusions, climate skepticism is not dead yet but only evolving, shaped in different forms, each with different underlying reasons and meanings. Ottmar Edenhofer, co-chair of IPCC Working Group III, identifies five types of climate skepticisms and one possible pathway to tackle them.

Mar
21
2013
 
Toward Economic Activities Benchmarking: A Study of the Bolzano Province
by Silvia Battaiotto and Manfredi Vale
Economics - Articles
 

This article analyses the economic system of the Bolzano Province in Italy’s Alto Adige region to understand its relationships with the ecosphere. A model based on Economic Input–Output, combined with Life Cycle Assessment, is used to assess the impacts related to air emissions, energy consumption and waste generation by economic activities.

Dec
06
2012
 
Growth, Mobility and Climate Policy: a Focus on the non-OECD
by Thomas Longden
Environment - Articles
 

A focus on mobility, the kilometres travelled using light duty vehicles, and climate policy is motivated by the persistence of strong demand for  personal mobility. This article discusses recent research conducted at  FEEM on the future of private vehicle travel and the achievement of  different climate policy targets, with a particular focus on non-OECD regions.

Nov
22
2012
 
Aftermath of the EAERE 2012 Conference
Karine Nyborg, Ian J. Bateman, Kerry Smith, Jean-Philippe Barde
Environment - Interviews
 

Interviewed by Re3, EAERE president Karine Nyborg discusses the evolution of the Association since the start of its activities in 1990. A set of video interviews to EAERE 2012 conference keynote speakers and videos of the policy sessions complete the sketch.

Apr
23
2012
 
Energy Security through Environmental Sustainability: the SECURE Project
by Andrea Bigano, Manfred Hafner and Patrick Criqui
Energy - Articles
 

Between now and 2050, humanity must face a double problem: the growing scarcity of oil and the accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Solving this complicated riddle may appear an even harder task after the Fukushima disaster. This article focuses on a joint interdisciplinary research effort to solve this puzzle.



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