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Finn Arnd Wendland

Finn Arnd Wendland

Consultant for energy and climate policy

Tel: +49 221 4981-798
  • Research Unit: Environment and Energy
  • At IW since 2021
  • Studied economics (Université de Lausanne and Fudan University) and political science (Sciences Po and University of Toronto).

IW Publications

Fluchs, Sarah / Neligan, Adriana / Wendland, Finn Arnd, 2022, Klimaschutzinvestitionen, in: IW-Trends, 49. Jg., Nr. 2, S. 55-72
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Wendland, Finn Arnd, 2022, Identifikation von Schlüsselberufen der Transformation auf Basis der EU-Taxonomie, IW-Report, Nr. 22, Köln
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Kube, Roland / Wendland, Finn Arnd, 2021, Wie die EU die 2030-Klimaziele in den Sektoren Straßenverkehr und Gebäudewärme erreichen kann, IW-Policy Paper, Nr. 13, Köln
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More from Finn Arnd Wendland

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Definitions and Documentation Principles
IW-Trends No. 2 30. May 2022

Climate Investments: Definitions and Documentation Principles

Sarah Fluchs / Adriana Neligan / Finn Arnd Wendland

Achieving climate neutrality requires investment in technologies which protect the climate from global warming and necessitates a process of transformation in all sectors of the economy.

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Identification of key transformation professions on the basis of the EU taxonomy
IW-Report No. 22 14. May 2022

Identification of key transformation professions on the basis of the EU taxonomy

Finn Arnd Wendland

The economic transformation to carbon neutrality increasingly produces various forms of pressures in different job areas and on the labour market, especially in energy- and emission-intensive manufacturing industries.

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The EU taxonomy can strengthen SMEs in the green transition
Finn Wendland on EurActiv Contribution 28. September 2021

The EU taxonomy can strengthen SMEs in the green transition

Small and medium-sized companies will remain exempt from new disclosure rules on the EU’s sustainable finance taxonomy starting in 2022. However corporate leaders would be well-advised to follow its implications, including SMEs, writes IW Climate Economist Finn Wendland.

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The introduction of the EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Activities
IW-Policy Paper No. 14 23. July 2021

Ecologically sustainable or not?: The introduction of the EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Activities

Peter Friedrich / Finn Wendland

The EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Activities (EU Taxonomy) is the lead instrument to integrate and promote sustainability in capital markets across the EU.

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How the EU can achieve the 2030 climate targets in the road transport and building heat sectors
IW-Policy Paper No. 13 14. July 2021

How the EU can achieve the 2030 climate targets in the road transport and building heat sectors

Roland Kube / Finn Wendland

With the upcoming Fit-for-55 package the European Commission works towards implementing a set of wide-ranging legislative proposals to align policy frameworks across the EU with the objectives of the EU Green Deal.

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