Niklas Höhne mainly focuses on Natural resource economics, Environmental protection, Global warming, Developing country and Order. The various areas that Niklas Höhne examines in his Natural resource economics study include Climate change mitigation, Carbon offset, Carbon tax, Emissions trading and Carbon price. His Climate change mitigation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Greenhouse effect and Environmental resource management.
His Environmental protection study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Land use model, Energy system, China and Current. His work in the fields of Copenhagen Accord overlaps with other areas such as Limit. The concepts of his Developing country study are interwoven with issues in Development economics, International trade and Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change.
His primary areas of study are Natural resource economics, Climate change mitigation, Environmental economics, Environmental resource management and Environmental protection. His Natural resource economics study combines topics in areas such as Global warming, Political economy of climate change, Carbon offset and Developing country. In the subject of general Global warming, his work in Copenhagen Accord is often linked to Coal and Limit, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Niklas Höhne interconnects Legislation, Climate policy and Public policy in the investigation of issues within Climate change mitigation. His Environmental resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as International community and Negotiation. Niklas Höhne combines subjects such as Deforestation, Climate model, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Current with his study of Environmental protection.
Climate change mitigation, Action, Environmental economics, Natural resource economics and Economy are his primary areas of study. His research on Climate change mitigation often connects related topics like Public policy. His Action research includes elements of Pre-Release Version, Governance system, Climate governance, Perspective and Political economy.
The Environmental economics study combines topics in areas such as Environmental impact assessment and Systems analysis. Niklas Höhne has researched Natural resource economics in several fields, including Local government and Greenhouse gas reduction. His Economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Global studies, Pact, Electrification and Fuel efficiency.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Economy, Environmental economics, Pact, Work and China. The concepts of his Environmental economics study are interwoven with issues in Climate change mitigation and Emerging markets. His China study typically links adjacent topics like Global studies.
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Paris Agreement climate proposals need a boost to keep warming well below 2 °C
Joeri Rogelj;Joeri Rogelj;Michel den Elzen;Niklas Höhne;Taryn Fransen.
Policies, Instruments and Co-operative Arrangements
Sujata Gupta;Dennis Tirpak;Nicholas Burger;Joyeeta Gupta.
Gupta, Sujata; Tirpak, Dennis; Burger, Nicholas; Gupta, Joyeeta; Höhne, Niklas; Boncheva, Antonina; Kanoan, Gorashi; Kolstad, Charles; Kruger, Joseph; Michaelowa, Axel; Murase, Shinya; Pershing, Jonathan; Saijo, Tatsuyoshi; Sari, Agus (2007). Policies, Instruments and Co-operative Agreements. In: Metz, Bert; Davidson, Ogunlade; Bosch, Peter; Dave, Rutu; Meyer, Leo. Climate change 2007: mitigation of climate change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 745-807. (2007)
State and Trends of Carbon Pricing 2014
Alexandre Kossoy;Klaus Oppermann;Alexandrina Platonova-Oquab;Suphachol Suphachalasai.
World Bank Other Operational Studies (2014)
Reductions of greenhouse gas emissions in Annex I and non-Annex I countries for meeting concentration stabilisation targets
Michel den Elzen;Niklas Höhne.
Climatic Change (2008)
Regional GHG reduction targets based on effort sharing: a comparison of studies
Niklas Höhne;Michel den Elzen;Donovan Escalante.
Climate Policy (2014)
Differentiating (historic) responsibilities for climate change
Benito Müller;Niklas Höhne;Christian Ellermann.
Climate Policy (2009)
Reinvigorating International Climate Policy: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Nonstate Action
Sander Chan;Harro van Asselt;Thomas Hale;Kenneth W. Abbott.
Global Policy (2015)
The Paris Agreement: resolving the inconsistency between global goals and national contributions
Niklas Höhne;Takeshi Kuramochi;Carsten Warnecke;Frauke Röser.
Climate Policy (2017)
Common but differentiated convergence (CDC): a new conceptual approach to long-term climate policy
Niklas Höhne;Michel den Elzen;Martin Weiss.
Climate Policy (2006)
Greenhouse gas emissions from current and enhanced policies of China until 2030: Can emissions peak before 2030?
Michel den Elzen;Hanna Fekete;Niklas Höhne;Annemiek Admiraal.
Energy Policy (2016)
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