* 7 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (7) Topics Natural Resources (7) Globalization (2) International Trade (2) Climate (1) Sustainable Development (1) Publication Type Journal Article (3) Working Paper (2) Book & E-book (1) Brief (1) Policy Article (1) Research Global Commons and Climate Policy (7) Land (6) Business Cycles and Growth (1) Special Topics (1) Experts Gernot Klepper (7) Ruth Delzeit (7) Alvaro Calzadilla (3) Florian Zabel (2) Mareike Söder (2) Wolfram Mauser (2) Birgitta Putzenlechner (1) Ianna Dantas (1) Tobias Hank (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Natural Resources Experts: Gernot Klepper Experts: Ruth Delzeit Remove all filters Journal Article Economic Research on the Global Allocation of Scarce Water Resources Needs Better Data 04.09.2021 Water sustainability is central to modern political and academic debates. Despite increasing efforts to promote regional and global integrated water man Journal Article Global economic–biophysical assessment of midterm scenarios for agricultural markets—biofuel policies, dietary patterns, cropland expansion, and productivity growth 30.01.2018 Land-use decisions are made at the local level. They are influenced both by local factors and by global drivers and trends. These will most likely change over time e.g. due to political shocks, market developments or climate change. Hence, their... Working Paper Indirect land use change (iLUC) revisited: An evaluation of current policy proposals 01.04.2017 The contribution of biofuels to save greenhouse gas emissions has been challenged over the last years. A still unresolved question is how to quantify emissions from indirect land use change (iLUC). In this article we discuss the implications of... Book & E-book Assessing the Effects of Biofuel Quotas on Agricultural Markets 01.12.2016 Global biofuel production has experienced a strong growth over the last years. The assessment of the impact of the promotion of biofuels on agricultural markets in many studies has yielded mixed results. Differences in modelling approaches and in the... Journal Article Global biomass production potentials exceed expected future demand without the need for cropland expansion 12.11.2015 Global biomass demand is expected to roughly double between 2005 and 2050. Current studies suggest that agricultural intensification through optimally managed crops on today’s cropland alone is insufficient to satisfy future demand. In practice... Working Paper DART-BIO: Modelling the interplay of food, feed and fuels in a global CGE model 17.01.2014 Land use and land use change are determined as much by economic and institutional drivers as they depend on bio-physical conditions. Future pathways of socio-economic and environmental systems can only be assessed with scenarios which describe... 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.