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Climate Impacts in Europe. The JRC PESETA II Project

Juan-Carlos Ciscar, Luc Feyen (), Antonio Soria Ramirez (), Carlo S Lavalle (), Perry Miles (), Frank Raes (), Francoise Nemry (), Hande Demirel (), Máté Rózsai, Alessandro Dosio (), Marcello Donatelli, Amit Kumar Srivastava, Davide Fumagalli, Stefan Niemeyer, Shailesh Shrestha, Pavel Ciaian, Mihaly Himics, Benjamin Van Doorslaer, Salvador Barrios (), Juan Nicolás Ibanez Rivas, Giovanni Forzieri, Rodrigo Felipe Rojas Mujica, Alessandra Bianchi, Paul DOWLING Paul, Andrea Camia, Giorgio Liberta, Jesus San-Miguel-Ayanz, Daniele de Rigo, Giovanni Caudullo, Jose Ignacio Barredo Cano, Daniele Paci, Jonathan Pycroft, Bert Saveyn, Tamas Revesz, Claudia Baranzelli, Ine Vandecasteele, Filipe Batista e Silva and Dolores Ibarreta Ruiz
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Luc Feyen: European Commission JRC
Antonio Soria Ramirez: European Commission JRC,
Carlo S Lavalle: European Commission JRC
Perry Miles: European Commission JRC,
Frank Raes: European Commission JRC,
Francoise Nemry: European Commission JRC,
Hande Demirel: European Commission JRC,
Alessandro Dosio: European Commission JRC
Marcello Donatelli: European Commission JRC
Amit Kumar Srivastava: European Commission JRC
Davide Fumagalli: European Commission JRC
Stefan Niemeyer: European Commission JRC
Juan Nicolás Ibanez Rivas: European Commission JRC,
Giovanni Forzieri: European Commission JRC
Rodrigo Felipe Rojas Mujica: European Commission JRC
Alessandra Bianchi: European Commission JRC
Andrea Camia: European Commission JRC
Giorgio Liberta: European Commission JRC
Jesus San-Miguel-Ayanz: European Commission JRC
Giovanni Caudullo: European Commission JRC
Jose Ignacio Barredo Cano: European Commission JRC
Claudia Baranzelli: European Commission JRC
Ine Vandecasteele: European Commission JRC
Dolores Ibarreta Ruiz: European Commission JRC,

No JRC87011, JRC Working Papers from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: The purpose of the JRC PESETA II project is to gain insights on the sectoral and regional pattern of the impacts of climate change in Europe by the end of this century. The assessment concerns both the biophysical and economic impacts of climate change. The study has as new elements a large set of impact categories (a total of ten: agriculture, energy, river floods, droughts, forest fires, transport infrastructure, coasts, tourism, habitat suitability of forest tree species and human health) and climate model simulations (a maximum of fifteen for some impact sectors). Six of those impacts are integrated into an economic setup (agriculture, energy, river floods, forest fires, transport infrastructure and coasts). This report details the main methodological aspects of the integrative project and discusses the main results, both in biophysical impact and economic impact terms.

Keywords: Environmental economics; greenhouse gas emissions reduction; green tax reform; energy tax; energy-intensive sectors; competitiveness; multi-sectoral; computable general equilibrium model (CGE); scenario-building techniques; climate change impacts and adaptation assessment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 142 pages
Date: 2014-04
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-agr, nep-cmp, nep-ene, nep-env and nep-tre
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