TRANSrisk is an EU funded research project aiming to innovatively transform the way in which climate change policy pathways are developed. The focus is to support EU and global climate change goals by providing analytical tools for risk and uncertainty aware policy making.
TRANSrisk started in September 2015 with the contribution of 12 Universities / Research Centers.
TRANSrisk’s main objectives are to:
- Create a novel assessment framework that incorporates risk and uncertainty into policy design for analysing the costs and benefits of transition pathways. An innovative framework will integrate well-established approaches to modelling the costs of resilient, low-emission pathways with a wider interdisciplinary approach including risk assessments.
- Design a decision support tool to help policy makers better understand uncertainties and risks to inform robust policy design.
These objectives can be broken down to a set of more specific goals that are presented in detail in TRANSrisk official website http://www.transrisk-project.eu/content/objectives
TRANSrisk aims to transform the way in which alternative climate change policy pathways are identified and evaluated, through the following four areas:
- Stakeholders Engagement & Participatory Scenario Development
- Synergies & Conflicts
- Innovation Policies & Transition Pathways
- Assessing Uncertainties & Risks
TRANSrisk expects to have an impact across the policy, business, social and academic sectors:
- Provide new insights on mitigation pathways across multiple sectors and geographical areas (15 case studies in the EU as well as Canada, Chile, China, India, Indonesia and Kenya).
- Provide decision makers with tools to assess and evaluate the socio-economic costs & benefits of mitigation options.
- Support EU and global climate policy goals such as the implementation and review of the EC’s “Roadmap for moving to a low-carbon economy by 2050”.
- Contribute to major international scientific assessments (e.g. IPCC).
Up to date the below TRANSrisk deliverables have been produced:
D1.1 TRANSrisk Data Management Plan
D1.2 Ethics Requirements
Stakeholder Engagement & Interactions
D2.1 Tools and Procedures for Engaging Stakeholders in TRANSrisk Case Study Analysis.pdf
D2.2 Complementarity of Qualitative and Quantitative Analytical Tools.pdf
D2.3 Identification and Analysis of Relevant Stakeholder Groups in Case Study Countries.pdf
D2.4 Stakeholder Engagement Plan.pdf
Country Case Studies
D3.1 Matrix of Technological Innovation Systems Selected for 15 Cases Studies.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Introduction and Summary.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Country case study context overview.xlsx
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Global and Regional Contexts on Climate Change.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Austria - Steel & Iron Sector and Energy Production.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Canada - Oil Sands.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Chile - Renewable Energy.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: China - Construction Sector.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Greece - Solar Power, Buildings, and Micro-Generation & Storage.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: India - Solar & Wind Energy.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Indonesia - Bioenergy.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Kenya - Charcoal and Geothermal Sector.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: The Netherlands - Solar PV & Livestock sector.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Poland - Coal and Renewable Energy Sources.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Spain - Renewable Energy.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Sweden - Road Freight Transport.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Switzerland - Nuclear exit.pdf
D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: UK - Nuclear Power.pdf
Synergies and conflicts between different energy system pathways
D4.1 Economic Implications of Climate Change.pdf
D4.2 Implications of different “heterodox” mitigation policies.pdf
D4.3 Implications of Mitigation Portfolios Based on Stakeholders.pdf
D4.4.0 Synergies and conflict of different transition pathways: a general summary.pdf
D4.4.1 Health co-benefits associated with different transition pathways.pdf
D4.4.2 Socioeconomic Impacts of Air Pollution in the Chilean Metropolitan Area.pdf
D4.4.3 Energy Access and Climate Change in Sub-Saharan Africa: linkages, synergies and conflicts.pdf
D4.4.4 Energy Requirements and Feasibility of Low-Carbon Development in Africa.pdf
D4.4.5 Prospects for Hydropower in Ethiopia: An Energy-Water Nexus Analysis.pdf
D4.4.6 Land-use impacts from renewable energy policies.pdf
D4.4.7 Employment implications of energy transitions: The case of the European Union between 1995 and 2009.pdf
D4.4.8 Macro economic co-benefits and costs: The case of the European Iron and Steel Industry.pdf
Uncertainty and risk appraisal of policy options
D5.1 Review of key uncertainties and risks for climate policy
Innovation policies and transition pathways
D6.1 Stakeholder Mapping.pdf
D6.2 Report on Social Discourse Analyses and Social Network Analyses.pdf
D8.1 Website created.pdf
D8.2 Communication and Dissemination Plan.pdf