CICERO - Center for International Climate Research
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Energy Food and forests Climate finance Local Solutions China The Arctic ​International Climate Policy

The carbon debate

How much carbon can we still emit while keeping the rise in temperature below 1.5°C?

Have improvements in carbon intensity stopped?

COMMENTARY: The carbon intensity is a useful indicator, but also fraught with difficulties. Depending on the data choices, the policy implications could be quite different.

What do youth from Bodø in Arctic Norway think about climate change?

Though we know much about what adults think of the global climate problem, little is known about what young people think about it. This is a snapshot of attitudes among youth in a medium sized Norwegian Arctic city.

Enabling the European Union

This project seeks to enable people of the European Union to go even greener - in transportation, heating and cooling, and electricity choices - by understanding the drivers of our energy choices.