Stakeholder Workshop Asian Decarbonisation Pathways September 16-17, 2021
Please click here for the final workshop agenda.
September 16, 2021 Sessions 1 & 2 presentations
“What do we mean by net-zero?”
Joeri Rogelj (IIASA, Austria and Imperial College, London)
“Model results for Asian decarbonization pathways”
Shinichiro Fujimori (Kyoto University, Japan)
Supplementary, recommended reading: A framework for national scenarios with varying emission reductions (Shinichiro F et al. 2021).
“Results from European modeling on carbon neutrality”
Alessia de Vita (E3M, Greece)
“ENGAGE online tool to assess multidimensional feasibility of decarbonization pathways”
Elina Brutschin (IIASA, Austria)
Supplementary recommended reading: A multidimensional feasibility evaluation of low-carbon scenarios (Brutschin E et al 2021).
For the visualization tool click here.
September 17, 2021 Sessions 3 & 4
“Feasibility of national decarbonization scenarios and targets in light of historic experience”
Aleh Cherp (Central European University, Austria)
Supplementary, recommended reading:
- National growth dynamics of wind and solar power compared to the growth required for global climate targets (Cherp A et al. 2021).
- On the political feasibility of climate change mitigation pathways: Is it too late to keep warming below 1.5oC? (Jewell J and Cherp A 2019).
For the accompanying, interactive visualization tool on the growth models and speed of deployment of wind and solar in countries around the world, click here.
“Equity principles-how do we share the challenges of decarbonization in a fair way?”
Zoi Vrontisi (E3M, Greece)
“Explanation of visualization tool and accompanying graphs”
Heleen van Soest (PBL, Netherlands)
Click here for the visualization tool.
Other supplementary reading material