7 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (7) Topics Natural Resources (7) Climate (4) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (2) Europe (1) Germany (1) Publicationtype Brief (7) Policy Article (7) Units Forecasting Center (7) Special Topics (7) The Environment and Natural Resources (4) Experts Mareike Söder (7) Ruth Delzeit (3) Gernot Klepper (2) Angela Kopmann (1) Annemarie Brunsch (1) Aslıhan Arslan (1) Bettina Kretschmer (1) Dominique Bruhn (1) Setareh Khalilian (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Units: Forecasting Center Experts: Mareike Söder Remove all filters Policy Article Biofuels and emissions of land-use change (in German) 01.05.2010 Kiel Policy Brief No. 17: The contribution of biofuels to greenhouse gas emissions may be negative under current EU rules. Policy Article Efficient use of biomass through a global carbon price: recommendations for a coordinated bioenergy policy (in German) 01.12.2009 Kiel Policy Brief No. 14 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 Dealing with the Race for Agricultural Land 01.06.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 31: Several factors lead to a rising interest in large-scale investments in agricultural land, particularly in Africa. Policy Article Maize deserts in Schleswig-Holstein? The new EEG and the land requirement of different biogas substrates (in German) 01.12.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 40: Maize cultivation has been increasing considerably over the last years in Germany. This trend is mainly caused by the support of biogas production by the German Renewable Energy Source Act (EEG). Policy Article Biofuel Policies and Indirect Land Use Change 01.11.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 37: The European biofuel policy has been widely criticized because of the danger that biofuels may not really save greenhouse gases in comparison to fossil fuels if all direct and indirect effects on emissions are taken into... 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.