Here, we will continuously provide links to publications from the programme.Here, we will continuously provide links to publications from the programme.
Published May 2018 (Energy Policy) Global metal flows in the renewable energy transition: Exploring the effects of substitutes, technological mix and development
Comment from the Author: ”This article quantifies how climate change mitigation affects demand for 12 critical metals. Many of the metals are geographically concentrated, thus new dependencies arise if fossil energy is replaced by renewable energy. We analyze options to mitigate dependencies including technological development, diversity and improved recycling.” – André Månberger
Published December 2017 (SIPRI): IGO:s and global climate security challenges: Implications for academic research and policy making.
Comment: Fact sheet summarising the key findings from a stocktake of intergovernmental organisations’ treatment of climate security, published by the authors in WIREs Climate Change (Dellmuth et al 2017)
Published 12 September 2017 (Springer): Towards systemic and contextual priority settingfor implementing the 2030 Agenda
Comment from the authors: This is a new publication from Project 4.1. In the paper, we develop a method for ‘systematic analysis’ of SDG interactions, or rather interactions at the target level. This is a first step towards a more systemic approach to SDG implementation and we will explore further approaches in Work Package 4, Project 4.1.
Weitz, N., Carlsen, H., Nilsson, M. and Skånberg, K. (2017). Towards systemic and contextual priority setting for implementing the 2030 Agenda. Sustainability Science, . 1–18. DOI:10.1007/s11625-017-0470-0.
Published September 2017 (Nature Climate Change): Transparent scenario development
Comment from the authors: In this short publication (rather a comment), partly funded by Work Package 5, we reponse to a paper in Nature Climate Change where we argue for using more systematic scenario development methodologies in order to enhance credibility and transparency.
Carlsen, H., Klein, R. J. T. and Wikman-Svahn, P. (2017). Transparent scenario development. Nature Climate Change, 7(9). nclimate3379. DOI:10.1038/nclimate3379.
Published 13 October 2017 (Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews): Intergovernmental organizations and climate security: advancing the research agenda: Intergovernmental organizations and climate security.
Comment: This article reviews existing studies on IGO:s (Intergovernmental Organisation’s) responses to climate security challenges. It draws together research from several bodies of literature spanning political science, international relations, and environmental social science. The authors argument for a better understanding of the conditions under which IGO:s respond (effectively) to climate security challenges. The research is part of Work Package 1 and Work Package 3.
Dellmuth, L. M., Gustafsson, M.-T., Bremberg, N. and Mobjörk, M. (2017). Intergovernmental organizations and climate security: advancing the research agenda: Intergovernmental organizations and climate security. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, . e496. DOI:10.1002/wcc.496.