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ClimAte Policy AcceptaBiLity Economic framework

Project description

New insights into desirable climate strategies

The EU-funded CAPABLE project involves 10 partner institutions and universities in Europe. CAPABLE will provide robust, resilient and actionable recommendations for the design of socially and economically acceptable climate policy measures for 2030 and beyond. It will examine past experience, policy design and implementation solutions to identify strategies for a successful transition addressing climate, economic and social challenges. The CAPABLE team will draw on economic methods of decision-making and policy evaluation, and sociology, political sciences and psychology to capture the multidimensional outcomes and implications of different climate policy instruments. CAPABLE will integrate the scientific evidence, an interactive stakeholder dialogue and various dissemination channels including a new online policy tool as a user-oriented service for climate policy makers.

Objective

CAPABLE will provide robust, resilient and actionable recommendations for the design of socially and economically acceptable climate policy measures for 2030 and beyond. We will examine past experience, policy design and implementation solutions to identify strategies that can enable a successful transition. We will achieve this by addressing climate, economic, and social challenges. In order to do so, we will draw on economic methods of decision making and policy evaluation, and sociology, political sciences and psychology to capture the multidimensional outcomes and implications of different climate policy instruments. Moreover, we will produce a number of new datasets, and apply state-of-the-art methods to produce new insights on policy perception and performance. Finally, we will integrate the scientific evidence, an interactive stakeholder dialogue, and various dissemination channels including a new online policy tool as a user-oriented service for climate policy-makers at the EU, national, and local level. Taken together, the methodological and empirical advancements will provide broader evidence for desirable climate strategies in Europe, along with lessons for the rest of the world.

Coordinator

FONDAZIONE CENTRO EURO-MEDITERRANEOSUI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI
Net EU contribution
€ 675 687,00
Address
VIA MARCO BIAGI 5
73100 Lecce
Italy

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Region
Sud Puglia Lecce
Activity type
Research Organisations
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Total cost
€ 675 687,50

Participants (9)

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