TRANSrisk Updates

JIQ Magazine vol. 23, no. 1 (April 2017)


TRANSrisk researcher Eise Spijker has published the article "Low-Emission Transition Strategies in Livestock in a Multi-Objective Decision-Context: Challenges and Drivers of Livestock Sector Development in the EU", in JIQ Magazine vol. 23, no. 1.

4th Nuclear Futures Workshop, 27-28 March 2017, Sussex, United Kingdom


Researchers from TRANSrisk partners Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), Cambridge Econometrics (CE), and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich (ETH Zürich) have participated in the 4th Nuclear Futures Seminar, and presented the UK and Swiss TRANSrisk case studies.

Panel Session "Rethinking Risk and Transition Pathways", 5 April 2017, Melia Sitges, Spain


TRANSrisk organised the panel session "Rethinking Risk and Transition Pathways" in the "Energy for Society: 1st International Conference on Energy Research & Social Science" ESA RN12 Environment and Society Midterm Conference, which was held on 2-5 April 2017, at Melia Sitges in Spain.

TRANSrisk Publication on New coal-fired plants and Paris Agreement


Researchers from TRANSrisk partner BC3 have developed an interesting paper on how New coal-fired plants jeopardise Paris Agreement!

AGU & BC3 Joint Press Release, January 2017


AGU and BC3 joint Press Release "Ice-free summers in Arctic Ocean could thwart Paris Agreement objectives"

TRANSrisk Mid-Project Workshop, 7-8 March 2017, Brussels, Belgium


TRANSrisk conducted its 2 day Mid-Project Workshop on 7th & 8th of March 2017, in Brussels. The workshop provided an opportunity for all partners to receive an update on project progress, and helped provide direction for the second half of the project.

JIQ Magazine vol. 22, no. 4 (December 2016)


TRANSrisk researchers Jenny Lieu, Luis Gonzales-Carrasco, Timothy Suljada, Matthew Halstead, Eise Spijker, and Annela Anger-Kraavi, have published the article "The Times They Are a-Changin' - Positive and Negative Impacts of Low-Emission Transitions in Livestock Farming, the Energy Sector, and Cities", in JIQ Magazine vol. 22, no. 4.


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