International scientific association whose aims are to contribute to the development of environmental, climate and resource economics as a science and to encourage cooperation and dialogue between students, researchers and policymakers in European countries.
GCPP research aims at being credible and balanced, shaped by an interdisciplinary, evidence-based toolkit that includes perspectives from environmental economics, behavioral science, data science, and numerical modeling. The network involves institutes from Europe (EIEE and Mercator), US (RFF), and Asia (RITE and Energy Foundation China).
Organization created in response to a call from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to lead the integrated assessment modeling community in the development of new scenarios that could be employed by climate modelers in the development of prospective ensemble numerical experiments for both the near term and long term.
Leading conference for the international energy modeling research community whose aim is to address the complexity of energy planning and policy making.
International consortium of researchers and policy analysts assessing how the energy transition is just and equitable, especially for it workforce. It brings together researchers across 25 partner institutions from economics, political science, international relations, anthropology, and other fields to explore the economic and social challenges and opportunities associated with the transition to a zero-carbon economy.