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Miodrag Stevanović
Miodrag Stevanović is a PostDoc researcher at PIK in the Landuse Management group. He holds a PhD in economics from the TU Berlin, has a master degree in economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and mathematics diploma from the University of Belgrade. His research is focused on land-use modeling and analysis of national agricultural and land-use policies with climate change mitigation objectives.
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More than 14.000 Earth scientists meet in Vienna
06/04/2018 - The European Geophysical Union’s (EGU) general assembly in Vienna is one of the world's greatest scientific events – from 8 to 13 April, it attracts more than 14.000 scientists. Numerous experts from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) give talks and participate in debates. A distinguished role is attributed to Stefan Rahmstorf, co-chair of PIK’s Earth System Analysis department, research domain 1. He has been asked to hold the first-ever EGU public lecture at the Vienna Museum for Natural History: “After Paris: Can we still control the climate crisis?”
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Overcoming barriers for climate policy: Short-term policies can bring long-term targets in reach
15.10.2018 - To make climate policy more stringent, a smart sequencing of measures is a promising option. An international team of researchers now proposes a framework for doing so using policy sequencing – experiences from Germany and California serve as examples. Specific policy options at early stages enable more ambitious policies at later stages by removing or relaxing barriers that prevented their implementation. This might be a usefull approach for for the design of long term policies such as the currently debated German coal phase out.
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