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1. Small-scale LNG in the Euro-Mediterranean: A Contribution to the Decarbonisation of the Maritime Sector

2. WTO 2025: Getting back to the negotiating table

3. Weathering shocks: the effects of weather shocks on farm input use in sub-Saharan Africa

4. Energy as a Tool for Israeli-Palestinian Peacebuilding

5. Marine pollution: A growing concern for the southern suburb of Tunis

6. The role of competition in the transition to climate neutrality

7. Climate change and food prices in Southeast Asia

8. Cumulative climate shocks and migratory flows: evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa

9. Feminist Perspectives on Climate Diplomacy

10. We Will Build the Future: A Plan to Save the Planet

11. Cumulative Climate Shocks and Migratory Flows: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa

12. A Primer on the 2022 National Security Strategy

13. How the Inflation Reduction Act Will Drive Global Climate Action

14. How New Export Control Will Affect Food Security in Azerbaijan?

15. Gender Dimensions of Climate Insecurity

16. Climate Change and Violent Conflict in West Africa: Assessing the Evidence

17. Monetary Policy for the Climate? A Money View Perspective on Green Central Banking

18. Navigating the Crises in European Energy

19. Separating electricity from gas prices through Green Power Pools: Design options and evolution

20. The EU Green Deal. A new momentum for democratic governance in the MENA region?

21. Could the EU’s New Agenda for the Mediterranean Turn Climate Change from a “Threat Multiplier” into an “Opportunities Multiplier”?

22. EU-Africa relations ahead of the EU-AU Summit: Taking stock, looking forward

23. Achieving the full potential of sustainable finance: The role of national, European and international initiatives

24. Climate Finance Effectiveness: Six Challenging Trends

25. Building a Portfolio of Pull Financing Mechanisms for Climate and Development

26. The IMF, Africa, and Climate Change—Making Sense of an Implausible Trilogy

27. Let Them Eat Carbon

28. Greening the US Sovereign Bond Guarantee Program: A Proposal to Boost Climate-Directed Sovereign Finance in Developing Countries

29. Building a Quad-South Korea Partnership for Climate Action

30. Behavior Change in the Face of Disaster Risk Finance

31. Russia’s Climate Action and Geopolitics of Energy Transition: The Uncertain and Unsettling Outlook following Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

32. Putin vs Monnet: European Resilience, Energy and the Ukraine War

33. The Price of Speculation: Cryptocurrencies and Climate Change

34. Sand Extractivism and Its Inequalities: Elite Scripts in the Singaporean Demand for Sand

35. EU Development Policy as a Crisis-Response Tool? Prospects and Challenges for Linking the EU’s COVID-19 Response to the Green Transition

36. Green Hydrogen in a Circular Carbon Economy: Opportunities and Limits

37. Tangled Wires: Preparing India’s Power Sector for the Clean Energy Transition

38. The EU-US Trade and technology Council: Mapping the Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Cooperation on Trade, Climate, and Digital

39. A Strategic Triangle in the Arctic? Implications of China–Russia–United States Power Dynamics for Regional Security

40. Climate-related Security Risks in the 2020 Updated Nationally Determined Contributions

41. Nudging for Recovery: Behavioral Economics and the implementation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan

42. Winds of change in the Eastern Mediterranean: Between hydrocarbons and renewable energy geopolitics

43. The European Green Deal: How to turn ambition into action

44. Adapting humanitarian action to the effects of climate change

45. Climate Change, Central Banking, and Financial Supervision: Beyond the Risk Exposure Approach

46. Changes in Oil Markets and New Technology: The Effects of COVID-19 and Climate Change

47. Climate Policies after Paris: Pledge, Trade, and Recycle

48. Gains Associated with Linking the EU and Chinese ETS under Different Assumptions on Restrictions, Allowance Endowments, and international Trade

49. Fossil Fuel Subsidy Inventories vs. Net Carbon Prices: a Consistent Approach for Measuring Fossil Fuel Price Incentives

50. The Role of Global Climate Change in Structural Transformation of Sub-Saharan Africa

51. The Environmental Impact of Syria’s Conflict: A Preliminary Survey of Issues

52. How can activists best advance environmental reforms in MENA?

53. Global Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Capital Allocation Strategies Between Impact Ambitions and Measurement Challenges

54. Lake Chad: Another Protracted Crisis in the Sahel or a Regional Exception?

55. Natural Gas in South-east Asia: Key Trends and Long-term Outlook

56. Stranded Fossil-Fuel Assets Translate into Major Losses for Investors in Advanced Economies

57. Mainstreaming Climate Change in the National Budget: Memorandum of Issues from the Review of the Budget Framework Paper FY2021/2022

58. Climate Finance Mobilization in Uganda: The Most Viable Option

59. Establishing the empirical basis for tracing the development outcomes of agricultural investments

60. Nature-based solutions to development and climate change challenges: Understanding ecosystem-based adaptation approaches

61. Preparatory Study for the Evaluation of Denmark's Development Cooperation on Climate Change Adaptation: Overviews and analysis of Danish support to adaptation from 2008-2018

62. Opportunities for Danish stabilisation policy to engage with climate- and livelihood-related conflict: New approaches to fragility in the Horn of Africa and Sahel

63. Developing Effective Benchmark-Based Allocation for Industrial Sectors: The Case of the Korean ETS

64. Catalyzing India’s Climate Ambition

65. Understanding American Voter Attitudes Toward U.S.-China Climate Cooperation

66. Old Fertilizer in New Bottles: Selling the Past as Innovation in Africa’s Green Revolution

67. How to rein in fossil fuel subsidies ? Towards a New WTO Regime

68. Electoral Rights of Environmentally Displaced Persons

69. Recycling Policies from the Bottom Up: Waste Work in Lebanon

70. To Bring Emissions-Slashing Technologies to Market, the United States Needs Targeted Demand-Pull Innovation Policies

71. What Are the Distributional Implications of Climate Policies? Recent Evidence from Developing Countries

72. The Untapped Potential of Global Climate Funds for Investing in Social Protection

73. Resilience through Placemaking: Public Spaces in Rotterdam’s Climate Adaptation Approach

74. How Green is China’s Belt and Road Initiative?

75. Can climate change be tackled without ditching economic growth?

76. Future of Construction

77. Climate Change Vulnerability and Women's Land Rights: The Case of Arua District

78. The Organizational Roots of Market Design Failure: Structural Abstraction, the Limits of Hierarchy, and the California Energy Crisis of 2000/01.

79. DART-BIO: A technical description

80. The Need for Local Governance of Global Commons: The Example of Blue Carbon Ecosystems

81. Accounting for terrestrial and marine carbon sink enhancement

82. Can Panel Data Methodologies Determine the Impact of Climate Change on Economic Growth?

83. A Euro-Mediterranean Green Deal? Towards A Green Economy In The Southern Mediterranean

84. Strengthening Regional Policy Frameworks to Better Respond to Environmental Migration: Recommendations for the UK Government

85. Who’s Responsible for Climate Change? New Evidence Based on Country-Level Estimates of Climate Debt

86. Navigating the Straits: Pull Financing for Climate and Development Outcomes

87. Valuing Climate Liabilities: Calculating the Cost of Countries’ Historical Damage from Carbon Emissions to Inform Future Climate Finance Commitments

88. Operationalizing Climate Adaptation at the US International Development Finance Corporation: The Case for an Agriculture-Led Agenda in Low-Income Countries

89. How Do Development Agencies Support Climate Action?

90. City Resiliency and Climate Change: A Report from the 2020 Inter-Policy School Summit

91. Reduce, Remove, Recycle: Clarifying the Overlap between Carbon Removal and CCUS

92. A preliminary assessment of the impacts, implications, and opportunities of COVID-19 on the coastal and marine environment and resources

93. The Just Transition in Energy

94. Carbon Pricing and the Elasticity of CO2 Emissions

95. Low-Carbon Transition Risks for Finance

96. Inequality in Energy Consumption: Statistical Equilibrium or a Question of Accounting Conventions?

97. Do Firms With Higher Energy Efficiency Have Better Access to Finance?

98. Delhi Green Deal

99. Sustainable Energy through Green Bonds in India

100. Reinventing Transatlantic Relations on Climate, Democracy, and Technology