LIST OF PROPOSED SESSIONS

1. New nitrogen scenarios using the SSPs |  Organizers: David Kanter, Wilfried Winiwarter  |  WORKSHOP

2. Identifying and building on synergies across international scenario communities: examples from the Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)  |  Organizer: Mark Rounsevell  |  RESEARCH

3. Urban futures under the new scenario framework  |  Organizers: Guillaume Rohat, Felix Creutzig  |  RESEARCH

4. Deconstructing demographic futures: population dynamics in the Shared-Socioeconomic Pathways  |  Organizers: Deborah Balk, Susana Adamo  |  RESEARCH

5. Climate-induced migration: applications and enhancements of the SSP framework |  Organizer: Bryan Jones  |  RESEARCH

6. Assessing distributional consequences of climate impacts and climate policies in impact analyses and Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs)  |  Organizers: Franziska Piontekt, Bas van Ruijven  |  WORKSHOP

7. Inequality and poverty, projections and distributional consequences for climate  |  Organizers: Narasimha Rao, Julie Rozenberg  |  RESEARCH

8. Scenarios of future Loss and Damage - Attributable Climate Change, Adaptation Capacity, and Residual Risks  |  Organizers: Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Friederike Otto  |  RESEARCH

9. Scenarios for assessing human vulnerability to extreme events and climate change at the local and regional level  |  Organizers: Joern Birkmann, Matthias Garschagen  |  RESEARCH

10. Cost of climate change impact and the use of scenarios  |  Organizers: Shinichiro Fujimori, Juan-Carlos Ciscar  |  RESEARCH

11. The costs of extreme weather events in RCP-SSP future pathways – From individual damages to effects on national GDP |  Organizers: Katja Frieler, Christian Otto  |  RESEARCH

12. AgMIP Scenario Approaches and Stakeholder Engagement across Disciplines and Scales  |  Organizer: Organizer: Cynthia Rosenzweig  |  RESEARCH

13. Scenarios for the Future Ocean  |  Organizers: Tyler Eddy, Jörn Schmidt  |  RESEARCH

14. Extending the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways for Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability research  |  Organizers: Lena Reimann, Athanasios Vafeidis, Bryan Jones  |  RESEARCH

15. Scenarios for addressing high-impact, low-probability extreme events |  Organizers: Jana Sillmann, Sonia Seneviratne, ETH Zurich; Xuebin Zhang, Climate and Environment Canada  |  RESEARCH

16. Baseline building in CGE Modelling  |  Organizer: Bert Saveyn  |  RESEARCH

17. Scenarios as service  |  Organizers: Robert Lempert, Henrik Carlsen  |  RESEARCH

18. Improving the SSPs to assess the Sustainable Development Goals  |  Organizers: Keywan Riahi, Detlef van Vuuren  |  WORKSHOP

19. Scientific assessment of scenario-based research  |  Organizer: Vanessa Schweizer  |  RESEARCH

20. Use of scenarios in IPCC’s 6 the assessment cycle (AR6)  |  Organizers: Jan Fuglestvedt, Ramon Pichs  |  WORKSHOP

21. Developing the SSPs: Taking Stock of Successes, Areas to Improve for the Future  |  Organizers: Eric Kemp-Benedict, Jon Lamontagne  |  WORKSHOP

22. Increasing use of the SSPs for research, assessment, and decision-making  |  Organizer: Kristie Ebi  |  WORKSHOP

23. Communication and Co-production  |  Organizers: Kasper Kok, Elmar Kriegler  |  RESEARCH

24. Use of scenarios for stress testing, with application to financial risk analysis  |  Organizer: TBD  |  RESEARCH + WORKSHOP

25. Challenges to informing decisions with climate risk scenarios  |  Organizers: Fred Lipschultz |  RESEARCH

26. Downscaling and enriching the RCP-SSP scenario framework as a basis for co-creating integrated and transformative solutions to high-end climate change  |  Organizer: Paula Harrison  |  RESEARCH

27. Extending the SSPs across space and time: Multi-scale scenario development practices  |  Organizers: Kasper Kok, Benjamin Preston  |  RESEARCH

28. Sub-national scenarios for integrated modeling and analyses  |  Organizer: Gokul Iyer  |  RESEARCH

29. Results from CMIP6 ScenarioMIP and other MIPs building on its experiments  |  Organizers: Claudia Tebaldi, Jason Lowe  |  RESEARCH

30. Being Cognizant of the Framing of Solar Geoengineering in Scenario Design  |  Organizers: Masa Sugiyama, Peter Irvine  |  RESEARCH

31. Climate change scenarios for the CORDEX-Central America and Mexico domain  |  Organizers: Teresa Cavazos, Cecilia Conde  |  RESEARCH

32. The role of short-lived climate forcers in future scenarios  |  Organizers: Jan Fuglestvedt, Detlef va Vuuren  |  RESEARCH

33. Use of the SSP-RCP scenario framework in climate impact analysis, including avoided impacts  |  Organizers: Brian O’Neill, Timothy R. Carter, Kristie Ebi  |  RESEARCH

34. Scenarios for tracking progress in international climate policy  |  Organizer: Joeri Rogelj  |  RESEARCH

35. Deep renewable decarbonisation: How can we improve scenarios for the clean energy transition?  |  Organizer: Dolf Gielen  |  WORKSHOP

36. Overshoot scenarios for Paris Agreement temperature targets: an interdisciplinary perspective  |  Organizers: Johannes Bednar, Oliver Geden, Daniel Johansson, Michael Obersteiner, Kiyoshi Takahashi, Katsumasa Tanaka  |  RESEARCH

37. What is a “good” energy scenario (or not) for use in decision making for climate change mitigation?  |  Organizers: Claire Copeland, Dr Chris Dent, Mark O’Malley  |  RESEARCH

38. Socio-technical transition dynamics in scenarios for climate change mitigation and sustainable development: Where next?  |  Organizers: Evelina Trutnevyte, Nico Bauer, Detlef van Vuuren  |  WORKSHOP

39. Using a scenario approach to reshape the debate on global infrastructure investment needs |  Organizers: Julie Rozenberg, Marianne Fay |  WORKSHOP

40. Governance in futures scenarios: Where do we stand?  |  Organizers: Julia Leininger, Detlef van Vuuren  |  RESEARCH + WORKSHOP

 

 
 

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