The SEME Division analyses the transition to sustainability, helping identify and evaluate low carbon, sustainable strategies. The approach used is multidisciplinary, with strong use of quantitative methods based on data science, integrated modeling and experimental and behavioral economics.
- Evaluate the low carbon transformation of the energy, land and climate sectors;
- Evaluate behavioural and traditional policy interventions for promoting pro-environmental behavior;
- Assess green innovation and its determinants;
- Study the interplay between various sustainable development goals;
- Identify robust policy strategies to climate risks and uncertainties;
- Identify technological and societal transition pathways;
- Study climate induced migration.
ENGAGE is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme…
CASCADES project strives to understand the conditions under which climate risks propagate…
The project is dedicated to high-level training services in the fields of…
The role of the discount rate for emission pathways and negative emissions
Connecting climate action with other Sustainable Development Goals
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FASST(R) is a source receptor model, an R version of the reduced-form…
WITCH (World Induced Technical Change Hybrid) is an integrated assessment model designed…
RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment leverages two leading international centers for economic and environmental research: Resources for the Future – RFF, Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change – CMCC.