22 September 2021
As part of both the NAVIGATE1 and ENGAGE2 projects, this workshop session brings together a range of key experts, policy makers, and stakeholders. The aim is to gather feedback on the design of the projects' research activities, scope of analysis, the choice of relevant IAM outputs and policy-relevant scenarios, and the needs for documentation and communication.
The session will evaluate the representation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related policies in Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs), identify examples best practice policies from around the world, and discuss whether and how to include these policy representations in IAM scenarios. The session will focus on the SDG targets around biodiversity, health, food, water, and energy. The participants will be identifying policies that protect biodiversity, improve health, and guarantee access to water, food, and energy while at the same time mitigating climate change and discuss whether/how to include these policies in global IAMs.
The presentation topics for the sessions are planned follows:
1The NAVIGATE project (Next Generation of Advanced Integrated Assessment Modelling to Support Climate Policy Making) is funded by the European commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme (Grant Agreement No. 821124).
2The ENGAGE project (Exploring National and Global Actions to reduce Greenhouse gas Emissions) is funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme (Grant Agreement No.821471).
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Research Group Leader and Senior Research Scholar Sustainable Service Systems Research Group - Energy, Climate, and Environment Program
Senior Research Scholar Integrated Assessment and Climate Change Research Group - Energy, Climate, and Environment Program
Senior Research Scholar Transformative Institutional and Social Solutions Research Group - Energy, Climate, and Environment Program
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