Gaurav is a Research Analyst with the Science Team at Climate Analytics, and a doctoral researcher at Humboldt University. Previously, he led the decarbonisation strategies work with the Policy Team, providing scientific and policy relevant analyses on fossil-fuel phaseout requirements. Gaurav is a Mechanical Engineer by training, and holds a Master of Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance, Berlin.
- Uncompensated claims to fair emission space risk putting Paris Agreement goals out of reach
- Renewable energy transition in sub-Saharan Africa
- Institutional decarbonisation scenarios evaluated against the Paris Agreement 1.5°C goal
- An emission pathway classification reflecting the Paris Agreement climate objectives
- Fossil gas: a bridge to nowhere
- An assessment of the adequacy of the mitigation measures and targets of the respondent states in Duarte Agostinho v Portugal and 32 other states
- 1.5°C remains out of reach in the IEA's Announced Pledges Scenario
- Why gas is the new coal
- National ‘fair shares’ in reducing greenhouse gas emissions within the principled framework of international environmental law
- Global Update: Climate target updates slow as science demands action
- Employment opportunities from a coal-to-renewables transition in South Korea
- Assessing the health benefits of a Paris-aligned coal phase out for South Korea
- Coal phase out and energy transition pathways for Asia and the Pacific
- Background Paper: Key mitigation options to close the global 2030 ambition and action gap
- Transitioning towards a zero-carbon society: science-based emissions reduction pathways for South Korea under the Paris Agreement
- A government roadmap for addressing the climate and post COVID-19 economic crises
- Transitioning towards a coal-free society: science based coal phase-out pathway for South Korea under the Paris Agreement
- For climate's sake: coal-free by 2030
- G20 Brown to Green Report 2019
- Global and regional coal phase-out requirements of the Paris Agreement: Insights from the IPCC Special Report on 1.5°C
- Decarbonising South Asia and South East Asia
- Australia's power supply: brown and polluting
- Transformation points - Achieving the speed and scale required for full decarbonisation
- Australia’s vehicle fleet - dirty and falling further behind
- Australia Climate Factsheets - Industry
- Evaluating Australia's climate policy action
- The highway to Paris: Safeguarding the climate by decarbonising freight transport
- A policy spotlight on energy efficiency in appliances and lights could see big climate gains
Influential oil company scenarios for combating climate change don’t actually meet the Paris Agreement goals, our new analysis shows
This piece, originally published in The Conversation, highlights our research into decarbonisation scenarios put out by the IEA, BP, Shell and Equinor. Our research team found that none of the assessed scenarios from oil majors are consistent with the Paris Agreement.
Can higher ambition in developed countries create ‘carbon space’ for others?
What does a 'fair share' of global emissions look like for Africa and South Asia? Both regions have low historical emissions and a strong claim to the remaining carbon space.