Research

The Greenhouse Gas Management Institute’s Research Program conducts forward-looking independent research. Pairing the unique expert experience of its staff and faculty with the dynamism of its extensive practitioner network, the Institute’s Research Program provides insight into foundational areas of climate policy and the practice of environmental management.

This program provides policymakers, industry leaders, and academics with forward-looking inquiry and analysis of GHG MRV and management challenges and solutions.

The Institute is unique in the field of GHG measurement and management, arguably ahead of its time in terms of the problems it is addressing. However, it was founded to address this paucity of thought leadership and our Research Program is characterized by the commitment to investigating, confronting, and pushing these issues from the dark corners of academia and technocracy to the mainstream.


The Carbon Management Journal

Carbon Management journal is a scholarly peer-reviewed forum for insights from the diverse array of disciplines that enhance our understanding of carbon dioxide and other GHG interactions – from biology, ecology, chemistry, and engineering to law, policy, economics, and sociology. The journal has a core aim to examine the options and mechanisms for mitigating the causes and impacts of climate change, which includes mechanisms for reducing emissions and enhancing the removal of GHGs from the atmosphere, as well as metrics used to measure the performance of options and mechanisms resulting from international treaties, domestic policies, local regulations, environmental markets, technologies, industrial efforts, and consumer choices.

This unique resource is designed to keep you up-to-date on research in the field. The journal is published quarterly by Taylor & Francis in partnership with the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute.

To view full details on Carbon Management, including a listing of all volumes and issues, editorial board, aims and scope, and submission guidelines, click here.

 

Long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies for achieving the 1.5 degrees C target – insights from a comparison of German bottom-up energy scenarios


Carbon Management Journal
“The Paris Agreement calls on all nations to pursue efforts to contribute to limiting the global temperature increase to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. However, due to limited global, regional and ... Read more

Carbon dynamics and GHG implications of increasing wood construction: long-term scenarios for residential buildings in Austria


Carbon Management Journal
“Wooden construction elements often exhibit lower life cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than conventional counterparts (‘material substitution effect’). Moreover, the building stock represents a carbon (C) sink if timber inflows ... Read more

Socioeconomic factors and future challenges of the goal of limiting the increase in global average temperature to 1.5 °C


Carbon Management Journal
“The Paris Agreement has confirmed that the ultimate climate policy goal is to hold the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2 °C above pre-industrial levels and ... Read more

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Peer-Reviewed Staff Publications


Institute Reports and Discussion Papers


Professional Initiatives


GHGMI Surveys, Reports and UNFCCC Submissions


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