Cambio Climático / Climate Change

Climate change in 2018: from post-Trump global climate governance to Spain

Lara Lázaro Touza. ARI 30/2018 (English version) - 5/3/2018.

What climate change developments are foreseeable in 2018 at the global level, in the EU-28 and in Spain?

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Lara Lázaro Touza. ARI 22/2018 - 19/2/2018. Go to Spanish version

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Laura Gallego Garnacho. DT 2/2018 - 2/2/2018. Go to Spanish version

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Lara Lázaro Touza. ARI 4/2018 - 17/1/2018. Go to Spanish version

Climate change & COP23: urgency, exams, rules and the Talanoa spirit

Lara Lázaro-Touza. ARI 1/2018 - 11/1/2018.

International resolve to address climate change infused COP23 with an inclusive spirit that resulted in enough progress to take us through to negotiation crunch-time at COP24. The well-below 2ºC degree guardrail, our collectively agreed temperature goal, is still however stubbornly out of reach.

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Antxon Olabe, Mikel González-Eguino y Teresa Ribera. DT 12/2017 - 8/11/2017. Go to Spanish version

The Paris Agreement after Trump and the future of climate action

Lara Lázaro. Expert Comment 29/2017 - 6/6/2017.

The message from world leaders is clear: there is no intention of abandoning an agreement that has taken over five years to negotiate. The world will move forwards towards a low-carbon future despite Trump’s efforts to hold it back.

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Gonzalo Escribano. Comentario Elcano 28/2017 - 6/6/2017. Go to Spanish version

Assessing the design elements in the Spanish renewable electricity auction: an international comparison

Pablo del Río. WP 6/2017 - 17/4/2017.

The RES-E (electricity from renewable energy sources) auction in Spain is quite different from other international experiences regarding key design elements, namely investment-based support, uniform pricing, lax prequalification and penalties.

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Gonzalo Escribano y Lara Lázaro. ARI 32/2017 - 6/4/2017. Go to Spanish version