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Despite high interest rates and geopolitics curbing economic activity, the reduction in coal consumption and the increasing penetration of renewables, CO2 emissions slightly increased in 2023 (0.1%), pushing the World closer to surpassing the 1.5°C warming threshold before 2030.

In 2021, Mexico contributed 1.4% of global Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, ranking it in second place in Latin America. Mexico's main emissions in 2021 were carbon dioxide (63.9%), methane (27.7%) and nitrous oxide (5.1%). By sources of origin, the energy and agricultural sectors stand out.

This Working Paper proposes a dynamic equilibrium model to study the transition to a decarbonized economy, the interaction between technology and fiscal policy, and its macroeconomic and well-being effects.

Human economic activity generates greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that change climate and hurt biodiversity, affecting the well-being of society and the free-market system to the most limited extent.

For a successful transition to a decarbonized economy, public policies must be aligned so that the private sector can multiply its positive impact through the incentive of economic profitability.

The constitutional soundness together with the already made change in the energy matrix and the explicit plan in the implementation of green hydrogen leave Uruguay in a highly favorable position to decarbonize its economy, which will increase the life quality of its future inhabitants

The Government presented the updated draft of the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) 2023-2030, submitted for public hearing until September 4 and to be approved in June 2024. It includes 46 new or updated measures and incorporates an increasing climate ambition that is in line with European targets.

The relentless increase in global temperatures combined with heat waves has led to less abundant and more irregular rainfall, more frequent and severe droughts conducive to wildfires, and also more in the way of storms and floods. Not only will…

We analyze the distribution of greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the consumption of Spanish households, considering spending levels, age, gender, and different types of goods and services. Our approach combines official data, the Input-Ou…

In recent years, public policies to foster decarbonization have become cornerstones of the political agenda in the US and Europe, with the aim not only of achieving decarbonization but also of ensuring energy security and driving short- and lon…

This presentation analyzes the evolution of GHG emissions in Spain and its main determinants. The Spanish Regions that contribute the most to national activity do not always generate the most emissions. Sectoral structure and mix and balance of energy, largely explain the differences between regions.

In the first week of July, the European Central Bank (ECB) published the results of the first climate risk stress test for European banks, with results showing significant progress. In contrast to the annual stress exercises it conducts, there are no passes or fails.