Dr. Bill Hare is a Physicist and Environmental Scientist with more twenty five years experience in relation to the science, impacts and policy responses to climate change and stratospheric ozone depletion. Dr. Hare was a Lead Author for the IPCC’s Climate Change 2007 Assessment and is a visiting scientist in the Earth System department at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK).
Dr. Niklas Höhne is lead author at the IPCC and developed, together with Dr. Michel den Elzen from MNP, the table in the IPCC report that is the basis for the reduction range of -25% to -40% below 1990 levels by 2020 that is currently being discussed for Annex I countries.
The team at NewClimate Institute includes: Hanna Fekete and Markus Hagemann.
Prof. Kornelis Blok has over forty years of experience in physics, technology and sustainability. He has held professorships at Utrecht and Delft Universities and is a founder of Ecofys, where he is now Director of Science. Prof. Blok was a lead author for the Third and Fourth Assessment Reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
The team at Ecofys includes Dr. Yvonne Deng, Karlien Wouters and others.
Dr. Louise Jeffrey and Dr. Johannes Gütschow work on the PRIMAP model (www.primap.org) at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impacts Research (PIK) to quantify the impact of policy proposals on emission levels.
Dr. Michiel Schaeffer is a biophysicist and received his PhD in Dynamic Meteorology at University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. He focuses on bringing together the scientific assessments with the policy applications.
The team at Climate Analytics includes: Dr Marcia Rocha, Kirsten Macey and others.