SEI does extensive research on international and national-level climate policy, issues in the UNFCCC negotiations, and the economics of climate change.
Below are some of our most important recent publications on this topic – all available free of charge, directly from SEI or on an external site. Click on the menu on the right for additional items published as journal articles or book chapters.
• Comparison of Annex 1 and non-Annex 1 pledges under the Cancun Agreements (2011 policy brief)
• Together Alone: BASIC countries and the climate change conundrum (2011 report)
• Comparison of Annex 1 and non-Annex 1 pledges under the Cancun Agreements (2011 working paper)
• Climate Economics: The State of the Art (2011 report)
• Accounting for Risk and Uncertainty in Climate Policy Assessment (2011 UNEP MCA4climate guidance)
• Developing Baselines for Climate Policy Analysis (2011 UNEP MCA4climate guidance)
• Which Countries are Particularly Vulnerable? Science Doesn’t Have the Answer! (2010 policy brief)
• CRED: A New Model of Climate and Development (2010 report)
• The Economics of 350 (2010 free-access journal article, based on a larger 2009 report)
• AdaptCost Project: Analysis of the Economic Costs of Climate Change Adaptation in Africa (2010 project report)