20 January 2015 - 21 January 2015
Utrecht, the Netherlands
Keywan Riahi and Volker Krey take part in the expert workshop carried out within the framework of the European Commission FP7 Advanced Model Development and Validation for Improved Analysis of Costs and Impacts of Mitigation Policies (ADVANCE).
This workshop involves key members of the international integrated assessment modeling community. In addition to discussing cutting-edge topics relevant to the integrated assessment modeling community, this workshop also seeks to pinpoint feasible research and policy priorities for the near future.
ADVANCE is a 4-year research project that started in January 2013, through cooperation among fourteen research institutions from all over Europe with the aim to trigger the development of a new generation of Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs), that would aptly describe the environmental, social and economic factors and interactions that determine climate change. IIASA works closely with the Netherland’s Utrecht University and PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency as partners in ADVANCE.
Stranded on a low-carbon planet: Implications of climate policy for the phase-out of coal-based power plants
Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 90(Part.A):89-102 (January 2015) (Published online 29 March 2014) More
The impact of near-term climate policy choices on technology and emission transition pathways
Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 90(Part.A):73-88 (January 2015) (Published online 8 November 2013) More
Locked into Copenhagen pledges - Implications of short-term emission targets for the cost and feasibility of long-term climate goals
Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 90(Part.A):8-23 (January 2015) (Published online 27 November 2013) More
Limited impact on decadal-scale climate change from increased use of natural gas
Nature, 514(7523):482-485 (23 October 2014) (Published online 15 October 2014) More
Air-pollution emission ranges consistent with the representative concentration pathways
Nature Climate Change, 4(6):446-450 (June 2014) (Published online 18 May 2014) More
Last edited: 21 January 2015
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