06 March 2019
IIASA’s co-Design project team including Piotr Magnuszewski, Jenan Irshaid and Junko Mochizuki are hosting a social simulation workshop at the Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change at University of Graz.
The Sustainable Urban Heating Simulation (SUHS) has been designed by the Centre for Systems Solutions in collaboration with the IIASA team. The SUHS represents sustainability transition challenges of a typical Austrian urban city, characterized by biophysical, regulatory, and economic barriers to adoption of low and zero emission heating options.
The SUHS combines techniques of role-playing game with a building carbon foot-printing model to create an interactive space in which players can discuss and deliberate on challenges related to low carbon transition in the heating sector. Player assume the role of both property owners and city advisory board members and learn to develop the city’s low carbon heating pathway, evaluating costs and (co)benefits of options such as building retrofitting, behavioral changes and renewable heating options.
Participants of this event include local representatives of E5 initiative, student and faculty members of University of Graz.
The event is open to public and those interested in more information, please contact the co-Design project team.
The three primary objectives of the co-Design project
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