IIASA’s economic, energy, and land use models (including GLOBIOM and BeWhere) were integrated with models used by other project consortium members and adapted to make long-range forecasts more sensitive to paradigm shifts. With better models detailing an array of scenarios, policymakers can better anticipate which options to choose and which to avoid.
Examining the trade-offs and the costs and benefits of different strategies is essential if scientists are to identify robust solutions to problems in the context of limited resources and a changing climate.
Further information on the PASHMINA project website.
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COMPLETED - 31.10.2012
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