NAVIGATE -Improving the capability of Integrated Assessment Models
About the project
By tackling existing weaknesses and lack of capabilities of the current generation of Integrated Assessment Models, NAVIGATE will provide new insight into how long-term climate goals can translate into short-term policy action, and how countries and sectors can work in concert to implement the Paris Agreement.
In work packages 2-5 the partners will focus on further developing the models to represent structural change in the economy and technological change, lifestyle changes, spatial and social heterogeneity and avoided climate change impacts, and the co-benefits and trade-offs with other sustainable development goals. In work packages 1 and 6, the partners aim to increase the usability, transparency, legitimacy and hence uptake of IAM results by key user groups.
At the core of framing these work packages is the stakeholder dialogue. It is structured around three user panels from the climate policy domain, businesses and civil society organizations and also includes stakeholders from expert communities that relate to IAM work. Those stakeholders are involved in the project to elicit user needs and perceived hurdles for greater uptake and use of IAMs and give feedback on the research and IAM development work in the other work packages.
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