Category: Role of stakeholders in climate decisions

Implications of stakeholder preferences on mitigation scenarios

The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have stated that the observed impacts of climate change are “widespread and consequential” (IPCC, 2014). Therefore, it is imperative to define feasible and cost effective low emission...

Exploring public acceptance of renewable energy in Kenya

Kenya, in common with many developing countries, is attempting to grow its economy against a backdrop of international agreements to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Under 2015’s Paris Agreement the Kenyan Government committed to reduce...

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.