Climate Justice

Climate Justice

Solving climate change will not happen without an adequate distribution of the efforts and an inclusive approach that recognizes the diversity of responsibility and exposure.

Our work

We evaluate the distributional consequences of climate change impacts and of climate mitigation policies on different segments of society, including the most disadvantaged. We develop theoretical and numerical work on how to incorporate equity into social welfare frameworks, and how to design strategies that minimize future inequalities. We study energy poverty and how to overcome limited access in Europe and developing countries.


Energy Demand changes Induced by Technological and Social innovations - Low energy demand empirical and modeling work in a post pandemic world


Disruptive Digitalization for Decarbonization


Next generation of AdVanced InteGrated Assessment modelling to support climaTE policy making


Digitalization for Energy Demand - Energy demand digital and social trends: understanding and modeling

Yalew, A.W.

Environmental and economic accounting for biomass energy in Ethiopia

Energy, Sustainability and Society , 12, Article number: 30 - 2022

Sarmiento L.

Air pollution and the productivity of high-skill labor: Evidence from court hearings

The Scandinavian Journal of Economics , - 2021

Pai S., Emmerling J., Drouet L., Zerriffi H., Jewell J.

Meeting well-below 2°C target would increase energy sector jobs globally

One Earth , 4 (7), 1026--1036, July 2021 - 2021


A multi-regional Integrated Assessment Model

A multi-regional Integrated Assessment Model which considers 57 independent regions and spans over five coherent alternative future socio-economic development pathways.