Niklas Höhne
Niklas Höhne
Founding Partner at NewClimate Institute, Associate Professor at Wageningen University
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Paris Agreement climate proposals need a boost to keep warming well below 2 C
J Rogelj, M Den Elzen, N Höhne, T Fransen, H Fekete, H Winkler, ...
Nature 534 (7609), 631, 2016
Policies, instruments and cooperative arrangements
S Gupta, D Tirpak, AI Boncheva, J Gupta, N Hohne, GM Konoan, ...
Climate change 2007: Mitigation of climate change, 747-807, 2007
Copenhagen Accord pledges are paltry
J Rogelj, J Nabel, C Chen, W Hare, K Markmann, M Meinshausen, ...
Nature 464 (7292), 1126, 2010
Reductions of greenhouse gas emissions in Annex I and non-Annex I countries for meeting concentration stabilisation targets
M Den Elzen, N Höhne
Climatic Change 91 (3-4), 249-274, 2008
The climate change performance index: Results 2014
J Burck, F Marten, C Bals, N Höhne
Germanwatch, 2014
A synopsis of land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) under the Kyoto Protocol and Marrakech Accords
B Schlamadinger, N Bird, T Johns, S Brown, J Canadell, L Ciccarese, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 10 (4), 271-282, 2007
Differentiating (historic) responsibilities for climate change
B Müller, N Höhne, C Ellermann
Climate Policy 9 (6), 593-611, 2009
Common but differentiated convergence (CDC): a new conceptual approach to long-term climate policy
N Höhne, M den Elzen, M Weiss
Climate Policy 6 (2), 181-199, 2006
State and trends of carbon pricing 2015
A Kossoy
World Bank Publications, 2015
Regional GHG reduction targets based on effort sharing: a comparison of studies
N Höhne, M Den Elzen, D Escalante
Climate Policy 14 (1), 122-147, 2014
Analysing countries’ contribution to climate change: scientific and policy-related choices
M den Elzen, J Fuglestvedt, N Höhne, C Trudinger, J Lowe, B Matthews, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 8 (6), 614-636, 2005
Evolution of commitments under the UNFCCC: Involving newly industrialized economies and developing countries
N Höhne, C Galleguillos, K Blok, J Harnisch, D Phylipsen
Berlin, Federal Environmental Agency (Umweltbundesamt), 2003
Reinvigorating international climate policy: A comprehensive framework for effective nonstate action
S Chan, H van Asselt, T Hale, KW Abbott, M Beisheim, M Hoffmann, ...
Global Policy 6 (4), 466-473, 2015
The rules for land use, land use change and forestry under the Kyoto Protocol—lessons learned for the future climate negotiations
N Höhne, S Wartmann, A Herold, A Freibauer
environmental science & policy 10 (4), 353-369, 2007
The Paris Agreement: resolving the inconsistency between global goals and national contributions
N Höhne, T Kuramochi, C Warnecke, F Röser, H Fekete, M Hagemann, ...
Climate Policy 17 (1), 16-32, 2017
Climate change: long-term targets and short-term commitments
J Corfee-Morlot, N Höhne
Global environmental change 13 (4), 277-293, 2003
Countries’ contributions to climate change: effect of accounting for all greenhouse gases, recent trends, basic needs and technological progress
MGJ Den Elzen, JGJ Olivier, N Höhne, G Janssens-Maenhout
Climatic Change 121 (2), 397-412, 2013
Contributions of individual countries’ emissions to climate change and their uncertainty
N Höhne, H Blum, J Fuglestvedt, RB Skeie, A Kurosawa, G Hu, J Lowe, ...
Climatic change 106 (3), 359-391, 2011
Greenhouse gas emissions from current and enhanced policies of China until 2030: can emissions peak before 2030?
M den Elzen, H Fekete, N Höhne, A Admiraal, N Forsell, AF Hof, ...
Energy Policy 89, 224-236, 2016
Options for the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol
N Höhne, D Phylipsen, S Ullrich, K Blok
Climate Change 2 (05), 2005
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