@TECHREPORT{oei_4873, ota_publtyp = {Bericht}, oei_publtyp = {Studie}, title = {Impact Assessment on the Environmental, Social and Economic Effects of the 2030 Sectoral Targets in the Federal Government’s Climate Action Plan 2050}, author = {Repenning, J. and Schumacher, K. and Bergmann, T. and Blanck, R. and Böttcher, H. and Bürger, V. and Cludius, J. and Cook, V. and Emele, L. and Jörß, W. and Hennenberg, K. and Hermann, H. and Loreck, C. and Ludig, S. and Matthes, F. and Nissen, C. and Scheffler, M. and Wiegmann, K. and Zell-Ziegler, C. and Fleiter, T. and Fries, B. and Sievers, L. and Pfaff, M. and Thamling, N. and Rau, D. and Hartwig, J. and Welter, S. and Lösch, O. and Wirz, A.}, year = {2019}, language = {en}, url = {fileadmin/oekodoc/Folgenabschaetzung-Klimaschutzplan--Summary-and-short-summary-english.pdf}, abstract = {The analyses highlighted three main issues: The targets set for the various sectors can be achieved by means of a range of different strategies. From a macroeconomic perspective, all implementation strategies covered by the study are linked with positive effects. This is especially the case where an efficiency-based implementation strategy is pursued. In all sectors, specific challenges are faced which should be addressed when developing and implementing the first programme of measures under Germany’s Climate Action Plan 2050. }, keywords = {Energie und Klimaschutz} }