TRANSrisk Newsletter: Issue #4, September 2016

TRANSition Pathways and RISK Analysis

for Climate Change Mitigation and

Adaptation Strategies

Issue #4 September 2016

 

TRANSrisk is an EU funded research project aiming to innovatively transform the way in which climate change policy pathways are developed.

TRANSrisk seeks to understand the costs, level of public acceptance, and the risks, uncertainties and co-effects associated with different mitigation pathways and low-carbon technologies.

In order to help policymakers manage uncertainties TRANSrisk will gather data via 15 case studies from the EU and other regions, and employ a variety of different models to explore scenarios and pathways.

TRANSrisk will also engage a wide range of stakeholders to help develop credible transition pathways, thus integrating quantitative and qualitative analysis in a unique and innovative way.

 

TRANSrisk Case Studies Workshop in Brighton

TRANSrisk Case Studies Workshop will take place on October 4th and 5th, 2016, at University of Sussex in Brighton, United Kingdom.

During the first day of the workshop, all participants will have the opportunity to be informed about the preliminary case studies outputs in several countries, namely Austria, Netherlands, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Kenya, China, India, Indonesia, Chile, UK, Canada and Greece

All the results presented will be discussed and validated by the TRANSrisk Scientific Advisory Board Members

The aim of the second day is the peer support of case studies & the next steps planning. Small discussion groups will discuss among others the development of pathways in case studies and quantitative and qualitative approaches. The workshop will continue with comparisons across country case studies and discussion regarding the submission of the respective report. 

Further information is available here.

 

TRANSrisk & Towards2030-dialogue Joint Regional Workshop in Athens

TRANSrisk and Towards2030-dialogue will co-organise a Regional Workshop at NTUA premises in Athens on 24th and 25th of October 2016.

All workshop participants will have the opportunity to enjoy the TRANSrisk’s outcomes and the work implemented so far. Fruitful discussion among the stakeholders will take place, while valuable input and feedback regarding the Greek case study will be collected. The regional workshop aim for a participation of about 30-40 stakeholders from government representatives, regulators, RES industry associations and energy agencies from the respective regions.

Stay tuned here.

 

Stakeholder Attribute Matrix

The Stakeholder Attribute Matrix is a tool to systematically identify, select, and analyse stakeholders and their roles in transition pathways being explored in the TRANSrisk case studies.

More information is available in deliverable D6.1 Stakeholder mapping.

 

 

The TRANSrisk project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 642260.

Contact details

Technical queries: transrisk@sussex.ac.uk

For more Information : contact@transrisk.eu

Visit us: http://www.transrisk-project.eu/

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