On Wednesday 3rd November, Oxford Economics hosted its quarterly UK & Global Outlook Conference. This invite-only event for our key clients and...

Infrastructure is a big part of the world’s climate change challenge—but how can the transition to net-zero global infrastructure be achieved?...

Carbon pricing – either through a tax or an emissions trading scheme – will play an integral role in efforts to reduce carbon emissions. By...

Electricity demand from the road vehicle sector is set to accelerate sharply in the coming decades, according to our new forecasting methodology....

Stringent mitigation scenarios aimed at limiting global warming to 1.5°C are right at the edge of what is economically feasible and will require a...

The Australian government is facing growing pressure on several fronts to solidify lower carbon emission targets. If left unchecked, these...

The race to succeed long-term Chancellor Merkel and lead Europe’s largest economy is wide open. But we think Germany will continue its reactive,...

President Biden has set a target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions in the US by 50-52 percent below 2005 levels, by 2030. For some states...

Earlier in July, the European Commission put forward a concrete set of proposals aimed at providing substance to the EU’s commitment to cut...

As the air transportation industry recovers from pandemic-induced downturns, the need for future capital planning will be critical to supporting...