Title: [Paper] Prioritisation of risks associated with decarbonisation pathways for the Austrian iron and steel sector using 2-tuple TOPSIS
Date: October 2020
Short description:

Decarbonising emissions-heavy industrial sectors is key to delivering on the Paris Agreement. In Austria, the iron and steel sector holds a large share of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions and is in need of introduction of new technologies, orienting on green hydrogen and renewable energies.

Authors:
Alexandros Nikas
Apostolos Arsenopoulos
Haris Doukas
Alvaro Labella Romero
Journal:
World Scientific Proceedings Series on Computer Engineering and Information Science
Tags:
MCDA
Austria
Risk assessment
APOLLO
Title: [Presentation] How do policymakers use climate mitigation scenario information?
Date: August 2020
Short description:

The number of Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) and mitigation scenarios produced by IAMs have been steadily growing since the first IPCC assessment report, and scenarios have become increasingly influential in climate policy debates.  Lots of scenarios are now produced that are compatible with the policy targets of the Paris Agreement. IAMs – developed at universities, research institutes, and government agencies – contribute with scenarios to the IPCC reports and the academic literature.

Authors:
Bård Lappegård Lahn
Erlend Andre T. Hermansen
Ida Sognnaes
Glen Peters
Tags:
Czech Republic
policymakers
scenario design
Title: [Presentation] Delivering on the Paris Agreement: A demand-driven, integrated assessment modelling approach
Date: January 2020
Authors:
Mikel Gonzalez-Eguino
Dirk-Jan Van de Ven
Tags:
Spain
IAEE
Title: [Presentation] The H2020 Project PARIS REINFORCE
Date: December 2019
Authors:
Maurizio Gargiulo
Tags:
Australia
ETSAP
Title: [Presentation] PARIS REINFORCE and the I2AM PARIS platform
Date: December 2019
Authors:
Haris Doukas
Alexandros Nikas
Tags:
EMF
Japan
Title: [Poster] Achieving sustainable development in Eastern Africa: a portfolio-based integrated assessment modelling analysis among different Shared Socioeconomic Pathways
Date: December 2019
Short description:

We introduce a two-level integration of integrated assessment modelling and portfolio analysis, in order to simulate technological subsidisation and climate policies with implications for multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), across different socioeconomic trajectories and considering different levels of uncertainties.

Authors:
Aikaterini Forouli
Alexandros Nikas
Dirk-Jan Van de Ven
Jon Sampedro
Haris Doukas
Tags:
Japan
IAMC