Welcome to the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy

Welcome to the ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy

Our mission is to advance public and private action on climate change through rigorous, innovative research into economics and policy

We achieve this by bringing together some of the world's leading researchers, from many different disciplines. Find out more about what we do...

Photograph of Lord Nicholas Stern Chair of CCCEPNicholas Stern finds stronger case for low-carbon growth and argues for more demanding greenhouse gas target
Press release: 22 July 2015



FergusGreenDomestic economic benefits from tackling climate change remove need for countries to 'free ride' on efforts of other nations
Press release: 13 July, 2015



budget1The Budget turns Climate Change Levy into an energy levy 
Deputy Director, Professor Sam Fankhauser, comments on announcements in the UK Budget about energy taxes 



Photograph of Andy Gouldson Director of CCCEPSeizing the Global Opportunity: Partnerships for Better Growth and a Better Climate
Speeding up low-carbon development in cities is vital says CCCEP deputy director Prof Andy Gouldson in a major new global report. Reforms could lead to energy savings worth nearly $17 trillion, according to the New Climate Economy report


Planet earthRadical new economic thinking needed to protect our common planetary home 
International conference in Leeds to consider alternative ways of organising the world’s economies to avoid social and environmental devastation.


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