energy and climate

Psychopolitical Interpretations of Attitudes to Climate Change. Summer School in Ljubljana
A meeting of young researchers in Ljubljana (21-25.08.2023) dealt with issues of political ecology. Aleksandra Prusak presented her article at it.
New project from National Science Centre!
In 2023 we will start a new international project OPUS WEAVE devoted to housing and energy transition.
The final conference of the COST ENGAGER research network in Budapest
Jakub Sokołowski and Jan Frankowski participated in a final meeting of COST ENGAGER Network Conference „Engaging with energy poverty in times of crisis” (11-13.04.2022).
Energy transition – a new project
In the new international project, we will analyse the effects of the increasing carbon costs in the EU on the economically vulnerable groups of final energy consumers in Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. The project is part of the European Climate Initiative (EUKI).
Green growth opportunities for the decarbonization goal for Chile – report available!
The Institute for Structural Research (IBS) cooperated with the Ministry of Finance in Chile and the World Bank to conduct an economic analysis of the costs of Chile’s new ambitious climate change mitigation plan which would ensure carbon neutrality of the country in 2050.
New project about clean-energy transitions: TIPPING+
In the new project funded by the Horizon 2020 programme we will analyse what makes clean-energy transitions in Coal and Carbon Intensive Regions successful and effective. IBS will carry out an analysis of labour market implications of coal transition and a study on tipping points in the rise of populism.
International Roundtable on the Future of Coal
Jan Witajewski-Baltvilks presented IBS research from the Coal Transitions project at an international meeting of energy and resource sector experts – Cape Town, 26-27.02.
IBS research at COP24
We presented our research at COP24 in Katowice on the Polish coal industry, low-emissions transformation pathways, and energy poverty.
Risks associated with the decarbonisation of the Polish power system
Decarbonisation pathway will involve higher costs than the baseline pathway, but the electricity sector will emit half the CO2 by 2050. Read the key findings from the IBS report and seminar (28.11.).
Final TRANSrisk event
On November 6, in Brussels, TRANSrisk consortium organised policy lunch entitled ‘Paris in Practice: Understanding the Risks and Uncertainties’.
Workshop connected to COP24
On December 10 in Katowice (Poland) we will co-organise the workshop about coal transitions in Poland. Register by December 7.
How to subsidise green technologies?
Jan Witajewski-Baltvilks presented his research conducted within TRANSrisk project at the 33rd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA).
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