Thomas Schinko
Thomas Schinko
Research Scholar International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Scientist at the
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Multiple carbon accounting to support just and effective climate policies
KW Steininger, C Lininger, LH Meyer, P Muoz, T Schinko
Nature Climate Change 6 (1), 35-41, 2016
1302016
Global assessment of water challenges under uncertainty in water scarcity projections
P Greve, T Kahil, J Mochizuki, T Schinko, Y Satoh, P Burek, G Fischer, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (9), 486-494, 2018
1162018
Identifying the policy space for climate loss and damage
R Mechler, T Schinko
Science 354 (6310), 290-292, 2016
802016
The relevance of process emissions for carbon leakage: A comparison of unilateral climate policy options with and without border carbon adjustment
B Bednar-Friedl, T Schinko, KW Steininger
Energy Economics 34, S168-S180, 2012
802012
Loss and damage from climate change: Concepts, methods and policy options
R Mechler, LM Bouwer, T Schinko, S Surminski, JA Linnerooth-Bayer
Springer Nature, 2019
722019
Science for loss and damage. Findings and propositions
R Mechler, E Calliari, LM Bouwer, T Schinko, S Surminski, ...
Loss and damage from climate change, 3-37, 2019
502019
De-risking investment into concentrated solar power in North Africa: Impacts on the costs of electricity generation
T Schinko, N Komendantova
Renewable Energy 92, 262-272, 2016
432016
A methodological framework to operationalize climate risk management: managing sovereign climate-related extreme event risk in Austria
T Schinko, R Mechler, S Hochrainer-Stigler
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 22 (7), 1063-1086, 2017
342017
Regional economic impacts of biomass based energy service use: A comparison across crops and technologies for East Styria, Austria
T Trink, C Schmid, T Schinko, KW Steininger, T Loibnegger, C Kettner, ...
Energy policy 38 (10), 5912-5926, 2010
332010
The ethical challenges in the context of climate loss and damage
I Wallimann-Helmer, L Meyer, K Mintz-Woo, T Schinko, O Serdeczny
Loss and Damage from Climate Change, 39-62, 2019
312019
The risk and policy space for loss and damage: integrating notions of distributive and compensatory justice with comprehensive climate risk management
T Schinko, R Mechler, S Hochrainer-Stigler
Loss and Damage from Climate Change, 83-110, 2019
292019
Switching to carbon-free production processes: Implications for carbon leakage and border carbon adjustment
T Schinko, B Bednar-Friedl, KW Steininger, WD Grossmann
Energy Policy 67, 818-831, 2014
292014
Loss and Damage and limits to adaptation: recent IPCC insights and implications for climate science and policy
R Mechler, C Singh, K Ebi, R Djalante, A Thomas, R James, P Tschakert, ...
Sustainability Science 15 (4), 1245-1251, 2020
262020
Integrated assessment of short-term direct and indirect economic flood impacts including uncertainty quantification
T Sieg, T Schinko, K Vogel, R Mechler, B Merz, H Kreibich
PloS one 14 (4), e0212932, 2019
222019
De-risking policies as a substantial determinant of climate change mitigation costs in developing countries: Case study of the Middle East and North African region
N Komendantova, T Schinko, A Patt
Energy policy 127, 404-411, 2019
202019
The effectiveness of anti-leakage policies in the European Union: results for Austria
B Bednar-Friedl, V Kulmer, T Schinko
Empirica 39 (2), 233-260, 2012
202012
The deployment of low carbon technologies in energy intensive industries: a macroeconomic analysis for Europe, China and India
S Nabernegg, B Bednar-Friedl, F Wagner, T Schinko, J Cofala, ...
Energies 10 (3), 360, 2017
192017
Price volatility in carbon markets–Why it matters and how it can be managed
C Kettner, D Kletzan-Slamanig, A Kppl, T Schinko, A Trk
WIFO: Vienna, Austria, 2011
172011
Morocco’s sustainable energy transition and the role of financing costs: a participatory electricity system modeling approach
T Schinko, S Bohm, N Komendantova, EM Jamea, M Blohm
Energy, Sustainability and Society 9 (1), 1-17, 2019
152019
Economy-wide effects of coastal flooding due to sea level rise: a multi-model simultaneous treatment of mitigation, adaptation, and residual impacts
T Schinko, L Drouet, Z Vrontisi, A Hof, J Hinkel, J Mochizuki, V Bosetti, ...
Environmental Research Communications 2 (1), 015002, 2020
142020
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