Category: Integrating stakeholder consultation with modelling and qualitative methods

Model runs for low-emission pathways based on stakeholder questions

The TRANSrisk project focuses on how pathways towards a low-emission future can be achieved within the domestic contexts of countries. For such analyses, the project can use both quantitative and qualitative analytical tools.

Consider stakeholder preferences and knowledge for low-emission transition pathways

In the TRANSrisk project, case studies are done to analyse low-emission transitions can be achieved within the domestic contexts of countries. For such analyses, both quantitative and qualitative analytical tools are used. For example, with...

Low‐carbon pathways – challenges and opportunities

Limiting global climate change to less than 2 °C poses serious challenges: it requires a more or less completely decarbonized power sector by 2050 and sustained decarbonisation rates of 2-3 times the level historically observed....