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Manfred Fischedick      
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Manfred Fischedick published an article in March 2019.
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Hubertus Bardt

16 shared publications

Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln, Köln, Germany

Stefan Thomas

11 shared publications

Verkehrs- und Klimapolitik, Wuppertal Institut fuer Klima, Umwelt, Energie, Abteilung Energie, Wuppertal, Germany

Manuel Frondel

6 shared publications

RWI - Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, Essen, Germany

Thilo Schaefer

5 shared publications

Umwelt, Energie, Infrastruktur, Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln, Köln, Germany

Nikolaus Supersberger

3 shared publications

Umwelt, Energie

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Instrumente der Klimapolitik: effiziente Steuerung oder verfehlte Staatseingriffe? Hubertus Bardt, Thilo Schaefer, Manuel Frondel, Manfred Fisc... Published: 18 March 2019
Wirtschaftsdienst, doi: 10.1007/s10273-019-2415-y
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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations The Future of North Rhine-Westphalia-Participation of the Youth as Part of a Social Transformation towards Sustainable D... Mona Treude, Dorothea Schostok, Oscar Reutter, Manfred Fisch... Published: 18 June 2017
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su9061055
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The future belongs to the youth, but do they really have a say in it? Learning processes with regard to a successful socio-ecological change must start in childhood and adolescence in order to succeed in social transformation. The youth cannot be a passive part in a changing society—they have to be actively included in its design. When allowed to participate, young people can make important and effective contributions—which should not be reduced to sub-projects and opportunity structures. In a socio-political context, participation means involvement, collaboration, and commitment. In the context of intra- and inter-generational equity, as the core part of sustainable development, participation strategies should be developed that allow for a permanent and purposeful involvement of children and adolescents. Participation of young people is an important and appropriate step in strengthening those who are so strongly affected by the planning processes but are otherwise powerless. A successful involvement and participation of non-professional actors requires a target group-oriented method, a supportive culture of participation, as well as clarity and decision latitude. Abiding by these rules leads to central results.
PREPRINT 5 Reads 0 Citations COP 21 can become a turning point towards sustainable energy systems: Paper on behalf of the secretariat of the club of ... Peter Hennicke, Manfred Fischedick, Katharina Knoop, Jochen ... Published: 01 January 2016
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Will climate change stay below the 2 degree target in the 21st century on the basis of the COP 21 results? Looking into challenges and opportunities, this paper answers: To stay below the global 2dt is neither a real choice for the world society nor for businesses and civil societies in specific countries. It is a global guideline, scientifically developed for global negotiations, which should be broken down to national interests and actors. Key questions concerning the energy sector from the perspective of national interests are how to create and sustain a momentum for the inevitable energy transition, how to encourage disruptive innovations, avoid lock in effects, enable rapid deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energies etc. Or in other words: how to get to a competitive, economically benign, inclusive, low carbon and risk minimising energy system. With this background the paper argues that "burden sharing" is a misleading perception of strong climate mitigation strategies. It is more realistic to talk about "benefit sharing", using the monetary benefits and co-benefits of climate mitigation (e.g. energy cost savings, revenues from CO2-tax or emission trading systems) to help vulnerable national and international actors to adapt to the unavoidable climate risks. It has to be demonstrated on country level that the technologies and policy mix of strong climate mitigation and risk-minimising actions are indeed "benefit sharing" strategies which should be chosen anyhow, even if there was no climate change. For China and Germany this paper includes basic findings supporting this view.
BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 0 Citations Sustainable Strategies Manfred Fischedick Published: 28 May 2014
Atmospheric Research From Different Perspectives, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-06495-6_5
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OTHER 0 Reads 0 Citations Emerging regulatory policies for eco-efficiency Raimund Bleischwitz, Peter Hennicke, Stephan Moll, Stefan Br... Published: 07 October 2013
Eco-Efficiency, Regulation and Sustainable Business, doi: 10.4337/9781845420574.00013
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BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 0 Citations Zur programmatischen Neuausrichtung der Gründungs- und Innovationsförderung aus Universitäten und Forschungseinrichtunge... Ulrich Braukmann, Manfred Fischedick, Christian R. Lindfeld Published: 25 September 2012
Differentielles Management, doi: 10.1007/978-3-8349-4517-4_15
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