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Demand-side approaches for limiting global warming to 1.5 °C

A timely special issue that explores policies and sectoral measures to keep the 1.5 °C target within reach
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Luis Mundaca at the IIIEE together with colleagues from Central European University and University of East Anglia have just concluded the special issue on Demand-side approaches for limiting global warming to 1.5 °C, published in Energy Efficiency.  

The special issues underlines that stringent demand-side policy portfolios are required to drive the pace and direction of deep decarbonization pathways. It provides relevant policy insights using a variety of analytical approaches.

The initiative was led by Luis and brought together research groups from around the world. It was developed in the context of the project Behavioural economics for energy and climate change policies and the transition to a sustainable energy system, funded by the Swedish Energy Agency.

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