ICCG Studies

REFLECTIONS aim to provide insights on key climate change issues. INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE POLICY is a bi-monthly magazine that provides a clear analysis of climate policies and the worldwide evolution of the carbon market. If you wish to receive ICCG’s publications, subscribe our newsletter.

Climate Policy Ambivalence in Sub-Saharan Africa

Author: Divine Odame Appiah, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology & Katie Johnson, ICCG

Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) emits few greenhouse gases, yet suffers many adverse impacts of climate change. Various aspects of SSA economies are limited by the effects of climate change, especially the agriculture, energy and biodiversity sectors. Paradoxically, many SSA governments are…

Climate Change: Justice, Policy, and the Individual

Author: Sabrina Valeria Ronco

The connections between climate change and the individual are complex and intricate. Whilst climate change is caused by billions of acts of consumption, its causation cannot be directly linked to individual consumers - the emissions of a single individual would…

The road ahead for electric vehicles

Author: Michael Schneider

Electric vehicles are gaining traction in light of recent announcements to ban petrol and diesel car sales in France and the United Kingdom by 2040. Despite continuously growing numbers of electric vehicles sold and in total on the world’s roads,…