Climate factsheets and reports
We've produced a number of important studies and scientific reports on climate change and related environmental issues.
This report is a WWF and Ecofys collaborative work which shows that all of the world’s energy needs could be provided cleanly, renewably and economically.
The Energy Report
It demonstrates that by 2050, power, transport, industrial and domestic energy needs could be met overwhelmingly from renewable sources vastly reducing anxieties over energy security, pollution and not least, catastrophic climate change.
The report also investigates the most critically important political, economic, environmental and social choices and challenges and encourages their further debate.
This joint WWF and SEI publication is relevant to anyone working or interested in effective decision making in a climate changing world.
International action needs to effectively deal with the severe losses and unprecedented damage which are devastating poor and vulnerable communities and ecosystems as a result of climate change.
A new report on the economics of gas and offshore wind, which was written by Cambridge Econometrics and funded by WWF-UK and Greenpeace, compares two illustrative scenarios for the electricity generation mix in 2030.
A ground-breaking new report shows that renewable energy is the key to reducing carbon emissions from the power sector across the island of Ireland in a way that is stable, secure and affordable.
A new report, written by Dr Rob Gross and a team from Imperial College with funding from WWF-UK, highlights the importance of policies which specifically support emerging clean energy solutions (such as offshore wind) - and cautions against the suggestion that a carbon price alone is enough to drive a rapid reduction in carbon emissions needed in the UK power sector.