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Share-On – prosjekt om lokalsamfunnsdeling og bærekraft

Hege Westskog, Astrid Arnslett, Nina Solberg, Marianne Aasen, Tom Erik Julsrud, Karina Standal (Report;2020:04)

ShareOn har sett på motivasjon og betingelser for å få til deling samt hvilke effekter deling har på forbruk og sosial interaksjon. Vi har også gjort beregninger av utslippseffekter av deling ut fra ulike forsetninger når det gjelder organisering av delingsordning og hvordan deling er koblet til ann...

Relationships between physical effects of climate change on forests and economic impacts by world region

Hans Asbjørn Aaheim, Taoyuan Wei (Report;2020:02)

This study projects the macroeconomic consequences of impacts of climate change on forests by world regions under the three Representative Concentration Pathways, RCP2.6, RCP4.5, and RCP8.5 until 2100. It is based on assessments of the impacts of the mortality of trees in forest plantations in 27 co...

Estimating effects on emissions of sharing

Borgar Aamaas, Robbie Andrew (Report;2020:03)

Sharing products and services might have environmental consequences. This report is partly a literature review on the topic, but also an attempt of estimating the effects on emissions of different sharing schemes in the SHAR(e)ON project. The four different sharing schemes we have investigated are:...

Hva innebærer FNs klimapanels spesialrapporter om landarealer, hav og is og Naturpanelets globale rapport for Oslo

Borgar Aamaas, Erik Stange, Solveig Aamodt, Marit Sandstad, Clemens Schwingshackl, Trine Hay Setsås, David Barton, Merethe Dotterud Leiren, Bob van Oort (Report;2020:01)

Klimaetaten i Oslo kommune har gitt CICERO Senter for klimaforskning og Norsk institutt for naturforskning (NINA) i oppdrag i å vurdere kunnskap fra rapporter fra FNs klimapanel (IPCC) og det internasjonale Naturpanelet (IPBES) og hva dette innebærer for Oslo. Fra klimapanelet kom det to spesialrapp...

Summary of the International workshop on “Effects of air pollution and climate extremes on agriculture and health in South Asia” - Integrating Climate Action with Air Action in Indian Cities

Bob van Oort, Lisa D. Emberson, Prarthana Borah, Ram Boojh, Anouk Brisebois (2020;01)

The CiXPAG project co-organized a workshop in Delhi in November 2019, on the “Effects of air pollution and climate extremes on agriculture and health in South Asia”, together with local partners Society for Environment Education & Development (SEED) and Clean Air Asia (CAA). The workshop brought tog...

Parisavtalens konsekvenser for klimagassutslipp i nye Viken fylke

Borgar Aamaas (Report;2019:17)

Akershus fylkeskommune har gitt CICERO Senter for klimaforskning i oppdrag å analysere Parisavtalens konsekvenser for klimagassutslipp i nye Viken fylke og relatere dette til FNs bærekraftmål. I tillegg oppsummerer vi konsekvenser av klimaendringer i Viken. Parisavtalen er en avtale vedtatt i desemb...

Folk og klima: Nordmenns holdninger til klimaendringer, klimapolitikk og eget ansvar

Marianne Aasen, Marit Klemetsen, Eilif Ursin Reed, Arild Vatn (Report;2019:20)

Denne rapporten er en delrapport fra prosjektet ACT (‘From targets to action: public responses to climate policy instruments’) som er finansiert av Norges forskningsråd. Formålet med dette forskningsprosjektet er å gi råd til beslutningstakere om virkemidler som kan støtte overgangen til lavutslip...

Physical modeling supporting a storyline approach

Jana Sillmann, Ted Shepherd, Bart van den Hurk, Wilco Hazeleger, Olivia Martius, Jakob Zscheischler (Policy note;2019:01)

The concept of analyzing and communicating high-impact events in the climate change context via storylines has recently gained popularity in the climate modeling community. For instance, the use of case studies or storylines that could illustrate climate risk narratives has been discussed in the rec...

The Role of Carbon Capture and Storage in the Mitigation of Climate Change

Glen Peters, Ida Sognnæs (Report;2019:21)

Scenario analysis clearly indicates that CCS is a critical technology in Paris consistent ‘well below 2°C’ scenarios. While the optimal deployment of CCS will be debated, the literature is clear that CCS is needed at a large-scale. Scenarios show CCS plays a key role in the power sector and industry...

What relevant information do the integrated assessment models and scenarios from the 1.5 °C special report provide for Norway?

Borgar Aamaas, Glen Peters, Taoyuan Wei, Jan Ivar Korsbakken (Report;2019:18)

The Norwegian Environment Agency (Miljødirektoratet) has requested a report to “get more detailed and nationally policy relevant information about the IAM-scenarios assessed in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on 1.5 °C global warming, and key features and assumpti...