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AVOID 1: The economics and climate change impacts of various greenhouse gas emission pathways and a comparison between base line and policy emissions scenarios

January 22, 2010
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Deliverable 1 of AVOID-WS1 produced emission scenarios that represented possible future global emission pathways for greenhouse gases during the 21st century. This was detailed in a simple fashion by varying three parameters: the year in which emissions peak globally, the rate of emission reduction (R), and the […]

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AVOID 1: Impacts across the global scale

A presentation given by Nigel Arnell on 20 January 2010, covering:

Methodologies: estimating impacts across the global scale
The relationship between climate forcing and impact
Trajectories of impact through the 21st century
Effect of future socio-economic conditions on future impacts […]

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AVOID 1: A review of economic modelling for the AVOID project: main points

A presentation given by Alex Bowen on 19 January 2010 at DECC […]

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AVOID 1: Review of advanced Carbon Capture technologies

January 14, 2010
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This report reviews carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technologies, including those that might come online in the 2020s. It describes the types of technology being developed and how efficiency will increase with development. It also describes the potential for synergies between CO2 capture systems and heavy emitting industry.

Two […]

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AVOID 1: Results of impact modelling

A presentation covering key findings from AVOID impact modelling,  presented at COP-15 […]

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