Week of Events
Assessing environmental and climate impacts of a dietary change with the global partial equilibrium bio-economic model, GLOBIOM
GLobal BIOsphere Management model (GLOBIOM, Havlík et al. 2014), developed at IIASA is a global economic land use model covering the sectors of agriculture, forestry and bioenergy. GLOBIOM can be used to explore various trade-offs and synergies around land use, ecosystem services and socio-economic objectives.
Climate change is often seen as a super wicked problem. Citizen participation can help to increase support for and legitimacy of policy decisions, and in this context citizens’ assemblies can be a very appropriate tool to address highly complex problems such as climate change.