COALSTAKE: Comparative Analyses of Stakeholder & Resource Industries’ strategies in IPE
Coal-fuelled power generation is the single largest source of CO₂ emissions worldwide. In order to fulfil the 2016 Paris Agreement’s goal of limiting the increase in global average temperature to below 2℃, over 80% of the world’s coal reserves must remain unused. Therefore, many countries are considering adopting policies to reduce the use of coal and its mining. This project aims to reveal why some countries have opted for phase-out policies, whereas some others have not even included the issue on their political agenda.
Aya Kachi, Adrian Rinscheid and other team members worked on why do countries differ in their policy choices on coal energy.
This project, founded by the SNIS, is hosted by the University of Basel.
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