Strategic Investments in Mitigation, Adaptation and Resource Recovery Innovations at Basin Scale
SIMARIS is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship Project. The aim of this project is to develop a long-term macro-economic growth model integrated with water-land-energy systems, that will be implemented to the case of Central Asia.
SIMARIS project aims at developing a long-term macro-economic growth model integrated with water-land-energy systems. This model allows for analyzing strategic investments to improve water, land and energy use efficiency and strengthen resilience of the infrastructural systems to deal with resource scarcities and natural catastrophes. The model will be implemented to the case of Central Asia where water and energy scarcity and degradation of lands are major issues that threaten livelihoods and prevent sustainable economic growth. In addition to numerous contributions to water-economic modeling field, this project therefore effectively contributes to improve environmental protection and investment policy making in the study region and beyond.
Research contributions to integrated water-energy-economic modeling field; research dissemination outcomes to improve the awareness of researchers, stakeholders and policy makers in Central Asia; improved competence of the fellow in Integrated Assessment Modeling,Research Management, Teaching/Supervising; enhanced visibility in Environmental (Water, Energy, Food) Economics and Policy field.
Funded by European Commission, Horizon Europe Programme, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships
01 November 2022
31 October 2024