Philipp Litz

Project Manager

Philipp  Litz
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From 2013 to 2014 Philipp Litz worked as project manager in the Berlin office of Deutsche Umwelthilfe (German Environmental Aid) in the energy department. Previously, he has studied Political Science and Political Economy with focus on European Integration and sustainable environmental and climate policy in Dresden and Berlin. In his master thesis he analyzed the conditions for successful renewable energy policy among European Union member states. During his studies he gained first work experience as project assistant at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Green Budget Germany.

Very happy to see that the Commission has found a better way to communicate the investment needs for the energy transition. Figures are now shown relative to business as usual, and the transport figures are put in proportion. Good job @Energy4Europe! ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/e… pic.twitter.com/ilxDvsP9aR

.@EUClimateAction's communication on NECPs provides a highly interesting insight: The projected emissions in non-ETS sector show that 24 countries will miss their 2030 targets "with existing measures" (17 with "additional measures"). (1/2) ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/e… @bmu @AgoraEW pic.twitter.com/2GYllVAli8

Many in German #climate policy community (like @FridayForFuture & @sciforfuture) think net zero GHG emissions by 2050 isn't enough for 1.5C and claims that science demands more. Well, #IPCC SR1.5 doesn't. See kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/policy-digests… & @Peters_Glen's thread on similar debate in UK twitter.com/Peters_Glen/st…

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