Integrated assessment models (IAMs) integrate energy, economy, land, water, and climate into a consistent modelling framework that provides regionally and sectorally differentiated climate-change-mitigation pathways. IAMs offer valuable information to support the design and evaluation of climate policies. The EU-funded NAVIGATE project aims to advance IAMs capability in two directions. First, it will improve the representation of transformative structural and technological change in the economy and different sectors as industry and land-use and analyse changes in lifestyle and consumption and their implications. Secondly, it will depict the distributional implications of climate policies, the impacts of climate change and the benefits of mitigation and adaptation strategies in terms of avoided damages and reduced inequality. The project aims to offer new knowledge to effectively support international climate policy processes like the global stocktake in 2023 and related EU climate policy discussions.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
WC1E 6BT London
00 582 Warszawa