Top 10 Climate Policy Papers published in 2020 by downloads

We are pleased to announce our top ten downloaded papers so far this year (up to 30 June), from among those published in 2020. Congratulations to all the featured authors! Please check the Climate Policy website to view all our papers, and for the latest download figures.

Article TitleAuthorsDownloads in 2020*
A factor of two: how the mitigation plans of ‘climate progressive’ nations fall far short of Paris-compliant pathwaysKevin Anderson, John F. Broderick & Isak Stoddard9607
Climate policy co-benefits: a reviewMikael Karlsson, Eva Alfredsson & Nils Westling3925
Beyond ambition: increasing the transparency, coherence and implementability of NDCsW. Pieter Pauw & Richard J.T. Klein2386
Beyond national climate action: the impact of region, city, and business commitments on global greenhouse gas emissionsTakeshi Kuramochi, Mark Roelfsema, Angel Hsu, Swithin Lui, Amy Weinfurter, Sander Chan, Thomas Hale, Andrew Clapper, Andres Chang & Niklas Höhne2144
Interpreting the UNFCCC’s provisions on ‘mitigation’ and ‘adaptation’ in light of the Paris Agreement’s provision on ‘loss and damage’Morten Broberg1333
Ambition in the making: analysing the preparation and implementation process of the NDCs under the Paris AgreementFrauke Röser, Oscar Widerberg, Niklas Höhne & Thomas Day1285
Consumption-based carbon accounting: sense and sensibilityArnold Tukker, Hector Pollitt & Maurits Henkemans1255
The mirage of Madrid: elusive ambition on the horizonCharlotte Streck1202
Climate change and fossil fuel production cuts: assessing global supply-side constraints and policy implicationsNicolas Gaulin & Philippe Le Billon1190
Consumption-oriented policy instruments for fostering greenhouse gas mitigationMichael Grubb, Doug Crawford-Brown, Karsten Neuhoff, Karin Schanes, Sonja Hawkins & Alexandra Poncia1114
* Up to 30 June. For the latest download figures, see the Climate Policy website

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