Today IDDRI and the DDPP network publish the Issue Brief “The impact of the Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project on domestic decision-making processes – Lessons from three countries

This brief illustrates the central role of DDPP in-country research teams, who are not only responsible for designing country-specific pathways but also for engaging with domestic decision-making processes and debates.

It takes the examples of three countries (Australia, Canada and France), reflecting a diversity of institutional circumstances, for which we present the context of domestic climate discussions and how DDPP exercises have significantly enriched policy debates.