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Enhancing climate policy through co-creation

First PARIS REINFORCE Stakeholder Council Dialogue


Annela Anger-Kraavi

Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Sustainability Leadership, at the University of Cambridge, and Chief Executive of the Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics,

Haris Doukas

Associate Professor, National Technical University of Athens,

Glen Peters

Research director, CICERO Centre for International Climate Research, Oslo, Norway,

Marc Vielle

Researcher at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne,

Joeri Rogelj

Lecturer in Climate Change and the Environment at Imperial College London, and Senior Research Scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis,

PARIS REINFORCE is a three-year, Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission. The project has the aim of enhancing climate policymaking particularly with reference to a more efficient science-policy interface. In order to do so, PARIS REINFORCE can call upon the modelling capabilities of an ensemble of Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) as well as other energy systems, sectoral and general equilibrium models.

The project seeks to actively involve stakeholders in multiple aspects of these modelling processes, from the formulation of relevant policy questions to the definition of modelling assumptions. The purpose of this meeting is to offer an introduction to the project (what it hopes to achieve, how it will look to do so) as well as to foster stakeholder-led discussions over the most relevant climate-economy areas for models to investigate.

This meeting was the first of a series of stakeholder events to be held over the next three years.


[PR Brussels 2019] Active polls results

[PR Brussels 2019] Session 0 - Introduction

[PR Brussels 2019] Session 1 - Can our models deliver what you need

[PR Brussels 2019] Session 2 - Co-designing the open-access, data-exchange I2AM PARIS platform

[PR Brussels 2019] Session 3 - Global threat, global pathways

[PR Brussels 2019] Session 4 - Paris consistent Europe

[PR Brussels 2019] Session 5 - Socioeconomic & SDGs