Synergies and conflicts between different energy system pathways reports describe how the explored energy system pathways interact with each other.
D4.4.7 Employment implications of energy transitions: The case of the European Union between 1995 and 2009
A set of reports featuring policy recommendations derived from TRANSrisk results.
Scientific publications have been presented through numerous scientific conferences, and published in widely recognised scientific journals.
TRANSrisk scientific publications are also archived at the Zenodo repository, and featured in the OpenAIRE platform
Here is a list of TRANSrisk articles in media and relevant platforms.
"Tackling climate change can improve public health" (Climatechangemitigation.eu)
"Mitigation implication of sea ice albedo feedback and tipping points in the Arctic" (Climatechangemitigation.eu)
"Implications of Permafrost Carbon Feedback for Climate Change Control" (Climatechangemitigation.eu)
"Energy for Africa: challenges and opportunities" (Climatechangemitigation.eu)
"Land of plenty? Assessing the land use impacts of renewable energy" (Climatechangemitigation.eu)
"Ice-free summers in Arctic Ocean could thwart Paris Agreement objectives" (AGU's "GeoSpace" Blog)
Press Release of BC3 regarding the TRANSrisk funded scientific publication "health co-benefits from air pollution and mitigation costs of the Paris Agreement: a modelling study" (BC3 website)
Reaching global warming targets under ice-free Arctic summers requires zero emissions by 2045 (CORDIS 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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