The Horizon 2020 project ENGAGE quantifies avoided climate change impacts through analysis of the exposure and associated costs for individual sectors and regions to climate change at different levels of and timing for global peak temperature. A particular focus is placed on quantifying the benefits (or trade-offs) of climate policies on biodiversity, food, poverty, water, air quality, health, and employment, particularly for vulnerable populations.


To develop optimal climate policies to deliver on the Paris Agreement, a consortium of nearly 30 international and multidisciplinary research groups are collaborating in the ENGAGE project to co-produce knowledge for designing cost-effective, technologically sound, socially and politically feasible pathways that can meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement. ENGAGE works in close collaboration with its sister project: Next Generation of Advanced Integrated Assessment Modelling to Support Climate Policy Making (NAVIGATE).

The ENGAGE project is developing multiple sets of both global and national scenarios, with the data sets for specific publications also available. Using the Scenario Explorer, you can compare scenarios and model results, or peruse the data from ENGAGE publications in pre-set workspaces. The Scenario Explorer also has links to downloads, documentation, and license information in case you wish to use any of the data for research.