Cambio Climático / Climate Change

Titulo en Inglés

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.


Titulo en Inglés

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.


Titulo en Inglés

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


Climate change in COP 22: irreversibility of action and rulebook development despite the elephant in the room

Lara Lázaro-Touza. ARI 88/2016 - 19/12/2016.

The design of the Paris Agreement set the stage for a technical meeting in COP 22 but the stakes were raised in the aftermath of the US election. Implementation, increased ambition and a just transition are the pending tasks.


Titulo en Inglés

Lara Lázaro. Comentario Elcano 44/2016 - 7/11/2016. Go to Spanish version


China and climate change: the good, the bad and the ugly

Lara Lázaro and Mario Esteban. ARI 70/2016 - 3/10/2016.

Although much remains to be done by China to set the world on a climate-bearable path, China’s efforts are significant and its ratification of the Paris Agreement ahead of the G-20 meeting is a key step for the entry into force of Kyoto’s successor.


Titulo en Inglés

Antxon Olabe, Mikel González-Eguino y Teresa Ribera. DT 12/2016 - 28/7/2016. Go to Spanish version


Brexit and climate change: recalibration ahead

Lara Lázaro-Touza. ARI 52/2016 - 4/7/2016.

The UK vote to leave the EU has caught the world off guard. Internationally there will be a delay in the EU’s ratification of the Paris Agreement. Uncertainty is the key word at present but both the climate challenge and existing climate commitments remain unchanged.