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Social Science can help tracing new paths for climate crisis

Integrated assessment models have been developed by policymakers and civil society leaders to develop the main objectives of Paris Agreement. They have combined three separate subject such as natural science, engineering and economics to develop a long-term global scenario.

The Exploring National and Global Actions to reduce Greenhouse gas Emissions is also a 4-year project that has been introduced to develop new ways of decarbonisation with the help of social science.

This project included 24 partner organizations from 15 different countries across Europe, Asia and South America. They have created credible, legitimate and rooted policies to reflect up on the multidimensional feasibility of decarbonisation and improve climate policies.

The new policies were designed to minimize overshoot of temperature, create new architectures of international climate agreements and eliminate the dependence on controversial emissions technologies.

The ENGAGE project is a success. The findings of this project will develop new strategies to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.

The project has also developed a visualisation tool for evaluating the multidimensional feasibility of climate mitigation.


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