Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change

An internationally oriented research center at the University of Graz, the Wegener Center focuses on monitoring, analysis, modeling, and prediction of climate and environmental change, and includes the human dimensions of such changes.

IIASA has worked with the Wegener Center in the following areas:

08 June 2017
CoDesign

CoDesign aims to systematically identify the reasons behind energy transition gaps in Austria, thereby contributing to the revision of public policies in order to increase stakeholder engagement. More

12 May 2017
RESPECT

The overarching aim of RESPECT is to support the operationalization of comprehensive climate risk management in Austria and beyond by broadening the scope of the CRM framework towards a more inclusive involvement of stakeholders at different governance levels. More

22 October 2015
Linking Climate Change Mitigation, Energy Security and Regional Development in Climate and Energy Model regions in Austria (LINKS)

Focusing specifically on Austria's 'model regions', the project aims to provide insights into the implementation of the Austrian government’s previous target to become energy self-sufficient by 2050. More

23 October 2014
COIN: Assessing Costs of Climate Change in Austria

The core objective of COIN (Cost of Inaction) is to assess costs of climate change for public and private budgets in Austria (i.e. damage costs with presently agreed mitigation measures but without adaptation measures) and to scope out information where full assessment is not yet possible. More

22 October 2014
Public Adaptation Costs: Investigating the National Adaptation Strategy in Austria (PACINAS)

The PACINAS project deals with potential (planned) public adaptation and associated costs, benefits, and challenges with respect to implementing the National Adaptation Strategy (NAS) in Austria More


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