The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project: Insights and Emerging Issues (Climate Policy)
In this Climate Policy Special Issue, members of the Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP) demonstrate the relevance of building national long-term decarbonization pathways in defining climate change mitigation policies as well as socioeconomic development policies.
The global analysis has one particular focus on modelling capacity needed to be able to define pathways. It also unveils several case studies, be they geographical (Japan, South Africa) or taking stock of particular issues in relation to pathways (energy world trade, carbon pricing, etc.).
Reference: Climate Policy - Special Issue, Volume 16, Supplement 1, 2016.
Special Issue Contents:
Editorial - The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP): insights and emerging issues
Synthesis - The need for national deep decarbonization pathways for effective climate policy
Synthesis - Improving deep decarbonization modelling capacity for developed and developing country contexts
Research - Uncertainty management and the dynamic adjustment of deep decarbonization pathways
Research - Assessing decarbonization pathways and their implications for energy security policies in Japan
Research - Achieving development and mitigation objectives through a decarbonization development pathway in South Africa
Research - Exploring national decarbonization pathways and global energy trade flows: a multi-scale analysis
- Research - Managing carbon-intensive materials in a decarbonizing world without a global price on carbon