CCEEL Blog

More Time for an Energy Revolution? Seizing the Opportunity to Slow Down Climate Change by Cutting Emissions of Short-lived Climate Pollutants

Kati Kulovesi, Yulia Yamineva and Veera Jerkku View of the South of Delhi by Jean-Etienne Minh-Duy Poirrier (Under Creative Commons License) There is an important ‘ambition gap’ between the climate change mitigation… Read More »More Time for an Energy Revolution? Seizing the Opportunity to Slow Down Climate Change by Cutting Emissions of Short-lived Climate Pollutants

The Evolving International Gas Industry- A Brief Comment on Decarbonisation and Matters Arising

Tade Oyewunmi, Doctoral Researcher, oyetade.oyewunmi@uef.fi In a forthcoming paper on the topic- ‘Examining the Instrumental Role of Regulation in the Development of Gas Supply Markets: Highlights from the US and EU’ (2017)[1] I considered the effectiveness of… Read More »The Evolving International Gas Industry- A Brief Comment on Decarbonisation and Matters Arising

A Nudge Towards Low-Emission Mobility – A Glance at the AFI Directive’s Approach to End Oil Dependence in the European Transport Sector

Sara Kymenvaara, Researcher, Climate Change Law, LL.M. A famous metaphor on climate change politics refers to people’s unrelenting driving of SUVs, disconnected from the threat of climate change they are contributing… Read More »A Nudge Towards Low-Emission Mobility – A Glance at the AFI Directive’s Approach to End Oil Dependence in the European Transport Sector

The ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package – Analysing the Commission’s proposed approach to capacity mechanisms

Kaisa Huhta Doctoral Researcher (kaisa.huhta@uef.fi) In November 2016, the European Commission published an extensive legislative proposal on energy. Known as ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package, the proposal aims to address many… Read More »The ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package – Analysing the Commission’s proposed approach to capacity mechanisms