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Current News & Events

The Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) launches new Digital Access Index

New York and Brussels, 17 July 2018 - Access to digital connectivity and services is directly related to improvements in healthcare, education…

Plenary Keynote: Carlo Jager @ Digital Future Science Match 2018

The Digital Future Science Match is an international computer science conference held every spring in Berlin. The Digital Future Science Match…

GCF and ENavi @ AAAS 2018: „How Global Climate Policy Can Learn from the Energy Transition“

The Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will be held in Austin, TX, this year (15.-18.02.2018).…

GCF @ Second Conference on Financial Networks and Sustainability

From 17-19 January 2018 the University of Zurich welcomed practitioners and scientists to the 2nd FINEXUS Conference on Financial Networks and…

Positions for a PhD student and a student assistant available

There are two positions available at GCF: one PhD student in economics of sea-level rise and coastal disasters and one student assistant (10…

Second Conference on Financial Networks and Sustainability

This three-day conference (January 17-19, 2018), organized by FINEXUS (Center for Financial Networks and Sustainability) and GCF’s board member…

An Open Invitation to Participate in the GREEN-WIN Survey

A guiding element of the GREEN WIN Project is the Global Dialogue, which aims to produce shared policy narratives about how to implement win-win…

GCF @ COP23 in Bonn: discussing green growth and how to turn climate risks

The Global Climate Forum e.V., the University of Zurich and IIASA, together with partners from several joint H2020 research projects, are organizing…

GCF and the DOLFINS Consortium replied to the EU consultation on Sustainable Finance

The EU High-level expert group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance has invited all citizens to provide feedback to their Interim report via a non-technical…

The Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) launches new Digital Access Index

New York and Brussels, 17 July 2018 - Access to digital connectivity and services is directly related to improvements in healthcare, education…

Plenary Keynote: Carlo Jager @ Digital Future Science Match 2018

The Digital Future Science Match is an international computer science conference held every spring in Berlin. The Digital Future Science Match…

GCF and ENavi @ AAAS 2018: „How Global Climate Policy Can Learn from the Energy Transition“

The Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will be held in Austin, TX, this year (15.-18.02.2018).…

GCF @ Second Conference on Financial Networks and Sustainability

From 17-19 January 2018 the University of Zurich welcomed practitioners and scientists to the 2nd FINEXUS Conference on Financial Networks and…

Positions for a PhD student and a student assistant available

There are two positions available at GCF: one PhD student in economics of sea-level rise and coastal disasters and one student assistant (10…

Second Conference on Financial Networks and Sustainability

This three-day conference (January 17-19, 2018), organized by FINEXUS (Center for Financial Networks and Sustainability) and GCF’s board member…

An Open Invitation to Participate in the GREEN-WIN Survey

A guiding element of the GREEN WIN Project is the Global Dialogue, which aims to produce shared policy narratives about how to implement win-win…

GCF @ COP23 in Bonn: discussing green growth and how to turn climate risks

The Global Climate Forum e.V., the University of Zurich and IIASA, together with partners from several joint H2020 research projects, are organizing…

The Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) launches new Digital Access Index

New York and Brussels, 17 July 2018 - Access to digital connectivity and services is directly related to improvements in healthcare, education…

Plenary Keynote: Carlo Jager @ Digital Future Science Match 2018

The Digital Future Science Match is an international computer science conference held every spring in Berlin. The Digital Future Science Match…

GCF and ENavi @ AAAS 2018: „How Global Climate Policy Can Learn from the Energy Transition“

The Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will be held in Austin, TX, this year (15.-18.02.2018).…

GCF @ Second Conference on Financial Networks and Sustainability

From 17-19 January 2018 the University of Zurich welcomed practitioners and scientists to the 2nd FINEXUS Conference on Financial Networks and…

Positions for a PhD student and a student assistant available

There are two positions available at GCF: one PhD student in economics of sea-level rise and coastal disasters and one student assistant (10…

Second Conference on Financial Networks and Sustainability

This three-day conference (January 17-19, 2018), organized by FINEXUS (Center for Financial Networks and Sustainability) and GCF’s board member…

An Open Invitation to Participate in the GREEN-WIN Survey

A guiding element of the GREEN WIN Project is the Global Dialogue, which aims to produce shared policy narratives about how to implement win-win…

GCF @ COP23 in Bonn: discussing green growth and how to turn climate risks

The Global Climate Forum e.V., the University of Zurich and IIASA, together with partners from several joint H2020 research projects, are organizing…

Latest Publications

New Paper: O. Renn, K. Lucas, A. Haas & C. Jager undertook the effort of a conceptional clarification of Systemic Risks

Ortwin Renn, Klaus Lucas, Armin Haas & Carlo C. Jaeger Things are different now: the challenge of global systemic risks Journal of Risk…

Paper on “the ability of societies to adapt to twenty-first-century sea-level rise” by Jochen Hinkel et al. published in Nature Climate Change

Can societies adapt to 21stcentury sea-level rise? The ability of societies around the world to adapt to 21stcentury sea-level rise (SLR)…

Successful ICT tools for policy making

During the last years, many ICT-based tools have been developed for policy making. However, only few of them have been taken up either by policy-makers…

Large scale coastal protection is cost-efficient for most of the global coastal population.

Large scale investment in coastal protection is cost-efficient for 90 percent of today's global floodplain population. This is the result of…

Digitalisation of the energy transition

To achieve the desired decarbonisation of the German economy, a stronger integration of the electricity, heat and transport sectors is needed. Digitalisation…

A stag hunt for green investment

To achieve the goal of keeping global warming well below 2 °C, private investors have to shift capital from brown to green infrastructures and…

Mobilising Private Finance for Coastal Adaptation

The role of private finance in meeting adaptation infrastructure investment needs has been widely emphasised in climate policy debates. This…

GCF Working Paper 1/2018:
Green Growth Mechanics: The Building Blocks

Green growth holds the promise that solving environmental problems can at the same time create economic benefits. Yet, until now there is little…

The Role of Sustainable Investment in Climate Policy

Reaching the Sustainable Development Goals requires a fundamental socio-economic transformation accompanied by substantial investment in low-carbon…

New Paper: O. Renn, K. Lucas, A. Haas & C. Jager undertook the effort of a conceptional clarification of Systemic Risks

Ortwin Renn, Klaus Lucas, Armin Haas & Carlo C. Jaeger Things are different now: the challenge of global systemic risks Journal of Risk…

Paper on “the ability of societies to adapt to twenty-first-century sea-level rise” by Jochen Hinkel et al. published in Nature Climate Change

Can societies adapt to 21stcentury sea-level rise? The ability of societies around the world to adapt to 21stcentury sea-level rise (SLR)…

Successful ICT tools for policy making

During the last years, many ICT-based tools have been developed for policy making. However, only few of them have been taken up either by policy-makers…

Large scale coastal protection is cost-efficient for most of the global coastal population.

Large scale investment in coastal protection is cost-efficient for 90 percent of today's global floodplain population. This is the result of…

Digitalisation of the energy transition

To achieve the desired decarbonisation of the German economy, a stronger integration of the electricity, heat and transport sectors is needed. Digitalisation…

A stag hunt for green investment

To achieve the goal of keeping global warming well below 2 °C, private investors have to shift capital from brown to green infrastructures and…

Mobilising Private Finance for Coastal Adaptation

The role of private finance in meeting adaptation infrastructure investment needs has been widely emphasised in climate policy debates. This…

GCF Working Paper 1/2018:
Green Growth Mechanics: The Building Blocks

Green growth holds the promise that solving environmental problems can at the same time create economic benefits. Yet, until now there is little…

New Paper: O. Renn, K. Lucas, A. Haas & C. Jager undertook the effort of a conceptional clarification of Systemic Risks

Ortwin Renn, Klaus Lucas, Armin Haas & Carlo C. Jaeger Things are different now: the challenge of global systemic risks Journal of Risk…

Paper on “the ability of societies to adapt to twenty-first-century sea-level rise” by Jochen Hinkel et al. published in Nature Climate Change

Can societies adapt to 21stcentury sea-level rise? The ability of societies around the world to adapt to 21stcentury sea-level rise (SLR)…

Successful ICT tools for policy making

During the last years, many ICT-based tools have been developed for policy making. However, only few of them have been taken up either by policy-makers…

Large scale coastal protection is cost-efficient for most of the global coastal population.

Large scale investment in coastal protection is cost-efficient for 90 percent of today's global floodplain population. This is the result of…

Digitalisation of the energy transition

To achieve the desired decarbonisation of the German economy, a stronger integration of the electricity, heat and transport sectors is needed. Digitalisation…

A stag hunt for green investment

To achieve the goal of keeping global warming well below 2 °C, private investors have to shift capital from brown to green infrastructures and…

Mobilising Private Finance for Coastal Adaptation

The role of private finance in meeting adaptation infrastructure investment needs has been widely emphasised in climate policy debates. This…

GCF Working Paper 1/2018:
Green Growth Mechanics: The Building Blocks

Green growth holds the promise that solving environmental problems can at the same time create economic benefits. Yet, until now there is little…

PROCESSES

Adaptation and Social Learning

Support climate change adaptation through the analysis of actors, networks, institutions, decisions, risks and opportunities involved in the process of adaptation

GREEN GROWTH

Investigate the complex dynamics of rule evolution and equilibrium selection to identify win-win options that achieve emissions reductions while overcoming poverty and unemployment.

Integrated Risk Governance

Provide insights on how government structures can be improved for tackling large-scale
synergistic risks.

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