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"How Bad Could it Be?" The Future Effects of Marine Microplastic Pollution: Expectations and Policy Preferences
Using a stated preference study of individual option prices, this study links individuals’ subjective distribution of beliefs about the future harms of microplastics to their willingness to pay for mitigation measures
22 November 2023
IPBES Values Assessment Overview with IPBES Co-Chair Professor Mike Christie
The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) ‘Values Assessment’ is arguably the most comprehensive assessment of the diverse values and valuation of nature to date. IPBES Co-Chair, Mike Christie, takes us through it.
14 September 2022
Valuing the Contribution of Blue Carbon to SIDS Climate Change Commitments & Covid-19 Recovery
This webinar will present the interdisciplinary research findings of the recently published paper: “Valuing the contribution of blue carbon to small island developing states' climate change commitments and Covid-19 recovery”
4 May 2022
North Atlantic Plastic Pollution: Equity Preferences and Cost Sharing in International Environmental Agreements
Dr Tobias Börger will take us through this study, which examines empirically the importance of equity preferences for the formation of international environmental agreements (IEA) for transboundary pollution control
6 April 2022
Making more of your research: Communications 101 with the CCC comms team
Communicating technical research to a non-specialist audience can be a challenge. In this session with two communicators from the independent Climate Change Committee, we delve into some of the do's and don'ts when it comes to getting your message across
8 September 2021
Subsidies and Trade Wars: Solar PV Innovation in Europe and the Impact of the "China Shock"
This paper studies the effects of Chinese import competition on innovation in solar cell technology using firm-level patent counts alongside country-level trade and production data in 15 European countries
9 June 2021
Improving the design of PES & agri-environment schemes: some new results
With Brexit, the UK government has the opportunity to change agri-environmental scheme design in a way which both enhances its environmental delivery, and which improves its cost-effectiveness. We argue that research by economists is helpful in thinking about what these kinds of enhancements might look like.
11 November 2020