Responding to climate change requires transdisciplinary approaches along with effective national, regional and global climate policies that are scientifically robust, technically feasible, financially viable, socially acceptable as well as being coordinated in a cooperative manner.
The H2020 PARIS REINFORCE project aims to underpin climate policymaking with robust scientific processes based on over 13 Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) and energy models and results to enhance the science-policy interface, in light of the Paris Agreement and associated challenges. However, a novelty of the project is that it embraces a dynamic stakeholder dialogue, placing stakeholders at the heart of all scientific processes as a part its co-operative design, actively involving all stakeholders (e.g. energy producers, end users, policy makers, coops, NGOs and citizens) in the design process to help ensure legitimacy of the scientific processes in support of climate policymaking.
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