TRANSrisk Press Release July 2017: Call for Papers

TRANSition Pathways and RISK Analysis for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies

Press Release July 2017

TRANSrisk is an exciting new EU Horizon 2020 project studying the risks and uncertainties that lie ahead as we transition to a low carbon world. At the core of TRANSrisk’s work lie 14 country case studies. Each case study is focusing on fundamental changes to economies and societies that will arise from decarbonisation. To fully understand the range of transition pathways our case studies encompass the globe: from Europe and North America to the fast growing economies of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Each case study is led by expert academics based in the study country.

Call for Papers

Understanding risks and uncertainties in energy and climate policy: Multidisciplinary methods and tools towards a low carbon society

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Subject Coverage

  • Energy and Climate Policy Performance and associated Risks

  • Quantifying Costs and Benefits of Flexible Policy Implementation

  • Development of Alternative Policy Pathways and Identification of Optimal Switching Points

  • Public Acceptance in Climate Policy

  • Portfolio Analysis in Climate Policy

  • Climate-Economy Qualitative Tools

  • Implications of Climate Change Mitigation Policies to Agriculture, Food, Buildings, Transportation, Service, and Manufacturing Sectors

Important Dates

10th of September 2017

An early submission is suggested - articles will be processed as soon as they will be received

Submit your Manuscript

Manuscripts shall be sent to the following email: , with subject: “Springer Book - Methods and Tools towards a low carbon society”.

Complete guidelines for preparing and submitting your manuscript to this book are provided in the Authors Instructions webpage.

The Manuscript Template for the TRANSrisk Book in Springer is available here.

More information on the Call for Papers can be found at TRANSrisk Website.


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

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