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Building evidence and analysis since 2000. Peter’s long experience as an economist with the UK Government and the European Commission provides the basis for the expertise provided by Climate Change Economics (CCE).

The insight of an insider

Our USP is the experience and knowledge that Peter Roscoe has gained as a senior economist with the British Government. His familiarity with policy-making from the inside gives him a unique perspective.

He was the lead British economist at international climate change negotiations including development of the UN Clean Development Mechanism and EU Emission Trading Scheme.

Supporting clients in Europe and North America

CCE has supported national Governments throughout Europe to develop their carbon mitigation plans, both by developing energy and emissions projections and carrying out cost benefit analysis of GHG mitigation options. In the UK activities have included advising on industrial transition roadmaps, briefing local authorities on options for GHG mitigation and constructing successful business cases. For North American clients CCE has briefed on the challenges of climate policy and given insights on the roll out of smart meters.

Peter’s body of work includes the following:

Peter Roscoe

Peter Roscoe is from Lancashire in North West England and was educated at Bolton School and the University of London.

Economics has been a life-long interest, ignited by his mother passing him newspaper clippings.

He pursued his education at the London School of Economics after receiving reports of the ‘punk economics’ being taught there – particularly by Michio Morishima, his future father-in-law.

Particular areas of expertise

Examples of services we can offer

Further activities

Lectures at Imperial College, London; research on the path to net zero for small and medium enterprises at The Bartlett's Energy Institute (University College London).

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