PARIS REINFORCE deliberation work at the ESEE 2022 Conference

Ester Galende-Sanchez, Alevgul Sorman, and Mikel Gonzalez-Eguino (BC3) presented PARIS REINFORCE work on deliberation, as carried out with 40 Spanish citizens in May-June 2021, entitled "Time to listen: lessons from a deliberative dialogue in Spain for tackling the climate crisis" and focusing on public perceptions and feelings on different behavioural changes regarding mobility, consumption, food and waste.

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Identifying bottlenecks to Canada's transport decarbonisation - a stakeholder workshop

The PARIS REINFORCE project hosted a virtual workshop, on May 9th, 2022, to discuss and refine the project’s modelling results on low-carbon pathways for Canada with stakeholders from the public and private sector as well as academia. The workshop aimed to receive feedback for the Canadian whole-energy system low-carbon pathways modelling that the project consortium had already undertaken, as well as identify bottlenecks hampering the decarbonisation pathways and to co-create guidelines for a transformative policy mix that could overcome those bottlenecks, with a particular focus on the transport sector.

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How do Brazilian stakeholders perceive the country's net-zero transition and potential bottlenecks?

The PARIS REINFORCE project hosted a virtual workshop, on May 2nd, 2022, to discuss and refine the project’s modelling results on low-carbon pathways for Brazil with stakeholders from the public and private sector as well as academia. The workshop aimed to receive feedback for the Brazilian whole-energy system low-carbon pathways modelling that the project consortium had already undertaken, as well as identify bottlenecks hampering the decarbonisation pathways and to co-create guardrails for a transformative policy mix that could overcome those bottlenecks, with a particular focus on the transport sector.

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Energy Citizenship – A new dimension in Energy Policy Making

In an opinion post in New Europe, PARIS REINFORCE project coordinator, Prof. Haris Doukas (NTUA), discusses how the 'energy trilemma' should be reinforced with a more 'human' element, to address challenges associated with climate change mitigation in view of COVID-19 recovery efforts and the Ukraine conflict, towards helping mitigate the current energy price spikes while meeting longer-term policy considerations, such as energy/climate justice and fossil fuel divestment.

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Science for climate action: EU research contribution to IPCC AR6 WGIII

Coinciding with the approval of the IPCC WGIII report on Mitigation of Climate Change (AR6), the European Commission has published a brochure, putting a spotlight on and celebrating the contribution of EU-funded projects to pushing the boundaries of the underlying science. PARIS REINFORCE is among these projects, in the area of Socio-Economic Scenarios and Transition Pathways.

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IPCC's WGIII report for AR6 has been released

The Working Group III contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 6th Assessment Report (AR6) has been released, providing an updated global assessment of climate change mitigation progress and pledges, and examining the sources of global emissions. PARIS REINFORCE has substantially contributed to the report.

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PARIS REINFORCE at the 3rd TUM Multidisciplinary Conference and Innovation Week

PARIS REINFORCE was invited by the Technical University of Mombasa (TUM), to join Kenya's hybrid 3rd TUM Multidisciplinary Conference and Innovation Week and present key findings of the project in the climate policy front.

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Special Issue in RSET: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition

PARIS REINFORCE has launched its Special Issue, “Promoting sustainable transitions across the globe”, in Elsevier’s Renewable & Sustainable Energy Transition, exploring a range of feasible yet ambitious GHG emissions reduction pathways in major regions/countries of the world, in principle compatible with the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change.

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PARIS REINFORCE at the 14th Annual Meeting of the IAMC

PARIS REINFORCE actively participated in the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium (IAMC), which took place virtually from November 29 to December 3, 2021

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Large uncertainties on warming outcomes of current policies and pledges

On Monday, 22 November, a new PARIS REINFORCE study was published in Nature Climate Change, exploring where policies currently deployed as well as targets promised by countries to the UNFCCC would take us.

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