The Global Energy Assessment (GEA) Scenario database documents results and assumptions of the GEA energy transformation pathways that underpin the GEA. The database serves as a central data repository for the dissemination of GEA scenario information.
An interactive Web-based scenario analysis tool which allows the assessment of multiple energy access policies
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.
A modeling framework for medium to long-term energy system planning, energy policy analysis, and scenario development
IIASA researchers teamed up with NGFS to publish an updated set of climate scenarios to assess future climate-related risks and influence sustainability goals.