Date: November 2019
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The deliverable at hand entitled “Quality Management Plan” defines the quality policy and plan to be applied in the PARIS REINFORCE project. Its purpose is to establish the roles, procedures, metrics, and tools necessary to ensure that the PARIS REINFORCE project is implemented smoothly and that all project deliverables are of high quality and of scientific added value and are submitted to the EC services on time.

Date: November 2019
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This deliverable is an initial effort to document all model characteristics that are present within the PARIS REINFORCE consortium, including information regarding assumptions behind models, their geographical and socioeconomic coverage, along with detailed insights regarding methodologies, coverage of emissions, as well as mitigation and adaptation parameters.

Date: November 2019
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This document presents the PARIS REINFORCE Stakeholder Engagement Plan, which is predicated upon the identification and subsequent engagement with the Stakeholder Council. This Council will embody a diverse group of stakeholders, including: policy makers, trade unions, industry associations and business networks, national and international NGOs, academia and the research community, as well as the civil society. Membership of the Council will be dynamic and significantly enriched throughout the course of the project.

Date: September 2019
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This document presents the five modelling tools that will be used in WP5 of the PARIS REINFORCE research project. Its aim is to provide a good overview of each of the documented models for a large variety of stakeholders of climate policymaking within the European Union (EU). At the same time, it has sufficient technical detail so that experts can have an accurate overview of the provided documentation.

Date: September 2019
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This document describes in detail the key attributes of the models that will be used in PARIS REINFORCE to develop and examine sustainable development and decarbonisation pathways for major and less emitting countries and regions outside of Europe. These regions include the USA, Canada, Mexico, China, India, Japan, Brazil, and the Central Asian Caspian region.

Date: September 2019
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This document presents the eight modelling tools to be used in WP7 of the PARIS REINFORCE research project. Its aim is to provide a good overview of each of the documented models for a large variety of stakeholders of climate policymaking at the global level.

Date: August 2019
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The purpose of this document is to describe the visual identity of the PARIS REINFORCE project, which is part of the CDE plan and Task 8.3 "Creating the project’s visual identity and website" activities. Communication tools; dissemination tools, including information and communication means such as logo, flyer, leaflet, poster, roll-up; and finally presentation are presented.

Date: September 2019
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This report, the Communication, Dissemination, & Exploitation (CDE) Plan, mainly outlines the ways that can applied for the project and consortium to be informed about relevant research and novelties in the field of integrated assessment modelling and policymaking as well as to share the PARIS REINFORCE scope and results with the appropriate audiences. In doing so, the CDE Plan defines the PARIS REINFORCE communication, dissemination and promotional channels and means that will be used for this distribution.

Date: September 2019
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Synergies can come in many forms and have multiple aims, but given the objectives, scope and framework of the PARIS REINFORCE project, we distinguish two axes of synergies, both aimed at delivering high-quality, relevant and robust policy prescriptions: (a) joining scientific forces to promote science; and (b) broadening outreach to promote inclusiveness and stakeholder participation.