CARISMA/CTCN Radboud Summer School, 14-18 August 2017, Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Tuesday, 15 August, 2017 - 12:00 to 13:00

TRANSrisk partner Joint Implementation Network (JIN) participated at the 2017 CARISMA/CTCN Radboud Summer School programme which was held from 14th to 18th of August 2017  in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

JIN researcher Wytze van der Gaast delivered a lecture regarding desining transition pathways towards low emission futures. The lecture presented findings from TRANSrisk analysing the risks related to low emission transition pathways. More particularly, with respect to implementation risks the lecture demonstrated the use of system mapping as a tool to identify the existing barriers preventing large-scale technology implementation. Moreover, regarding the consequential risks the lecture elaborated on ways to value them. Within this framework a participatory exercise was organised where participants acting as stakeholders were asked to value the benefits and losses due to the large-scale implementation of a climate change mitigation technology in order to take a balanced decision about whether and at what scale the technology should be implemented.

More on the Summer School are available here.

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