4 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Topics Climate (3) Natural Resources (2) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (1) Germany (1) Publicationtype Policy Article (4) Brief (3) Units Forecasting Center (4) Special Topics (4) The Environment and Natural Resources (4) Climate (1) Experts Gernot Klepper (4) Mareike Söder (2) Achim Maas (1) Daniel Barben (1) Daniel Heyen (1) Jonas Dovern (1) Jürgen Scheffran (1) Nils Matzner (1) Nina Janich (1) Ruth Delzeit (1) Sebastian Harnisch (1) Sonja Peterson (1) Stephanie Uther (1) Timo Goeschl (1) Wilfried Rickels (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Units: Forecasting Center Units: The Environment and Natural Resources Experts: Gernot Klepper Remove all filters Policy Article Challenge Climate Engineering – Assessment of new options for climate protection (in German) 01.06.2016 KBW 8: Climate Engineering revolves around the exploration and deployment of CE technologies, both in public and in science. The central question of this paper Policy Article Longer runtimes for nuclear power plants or climate policy - which is more important? A replica to the report "Energy scenarios for an energy concept of the Federal Government (in German) 01.09.2010 Kiel Policy Brief No. 21: A lifetime extension of nuclear power plants in Germany is controversially discussed. Policy Article Biofuels: The Best Response of Developing Countries to High Energy Prices? A Case Study for Malawi 01.06.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 32: If due to increasing fuel prices on the world market, a quick improvement of the trade balance is in the core of the Malawian policy strategy, import substitution with Jatropha production or any other biofuel option does not... Policy Article Fracking, global energy markets and future climate policy (original publication in German) 01.08.2013 Kiel Policy Brief No. 64: In their Kiel Policy Brief the IfW experts Ruth Delzeit, Gernot Klepper and Mareike Lange show that an increasing use of fracking might have serious impacts on climate policy.