Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy

Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy

The ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) brings together some of the world`s leading researchers on climate change economics and policy, from many different disciplines. It was established in 2008 and its first phase ended on 30 September 2013. Its second phase commenced on 1 October 2013. The Centre is hosted jointly by the University of Leeds and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is chaired by Professor Lord Stern of Brentford. It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The Centre’s mission is to advance public and private action on climate change through rigorous, innovative research.

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Business Type:
Professional association
Industry Type:
Climate Change
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

The ESRC Centre's research objectives are:

  • Undertake an ambitious, innovative and interdisciplinary programme of research, firmly grounded in theory but with practical applications, linking science and social science and combining quantitative and qualitative approaches; and
  • Conduct research of the highest academic standard, subjecting it to internal and external review through seminars, briefings and publication.

In pursuit of its research objectives, the ESRC Centre is taking account of two key factors during its second phase:

  • the need to address the changing context for climate research, particularly taking into account the financial crisis and recession, the continuing absence of an over-arching global climate treaty and the impacts of recent controversies relating to climate science; and
  • the need to develop more integrated and joined-up approaches to climate decision-making, breaking down barriers between, for example, modellers and field workers, and between adaptation and mitigation specialists.

Rigorous and relevant climate change research is crucial in meeting our policy objectives.

Our research objectives are to:

  • Undertake an ambitious, innovative and interdisciplinary programme of research, firmly grounded in theory but with practical applications, linking science and social science and combining quantitative and qualitative approaches; and
  • Conduct research of the highest academic standard, subjecting it to internal and external review through seminars, briefings and publication.