The newly coupled modeling framework allows the assessment of:
Another important feature of the integrated assessment modeling (IAM) framework was the coupling of MESSAGE to the GAINS air pollution framework which was developed by the Mitigation of Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gases (MAG) Program. The coupled new model was used in 2013 for the joint assessment of costs and benefits of air pollution and climate change policies.
The Energy (ENE) Program has been at the forefront of several research efforts for the wider science community. These include the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSPs) and two international model inter-comparison projects that were successfully completed in 2013 (EMF27 and AMPERE). More
Given IIASA’s role as host of the datasets for the Representative Concentration Pathways (RCP) and Global Energy Assessment (GEA), the Energy (ENE) and Transitions to New Technologies (TNT) programs in 2013 developed a more sophisticated community database infrastructure. More
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