Climate change is a global phenomenon. Absent a world government, climate policies are however regional and national. As policy effects are primarily measured within national borders, they appear expensive in that context.
Based on the MIT initiated System Dynamics framework, DNV GL has developed a global model to forecast and investigate the energy transition. The model includes global knock-on feedback effects of regional policies. A recent study showed that the global emissions reduction effects of Norwegian EV policies are quintupled if global effects are included. The study has been an eye-opener for many, and also point to the criticality of using sufficiently comprehensive models when investigating policy issues.
Worldwide a range of climate policies are in place or tested, with very different designs and results.
In this webinar you will learn facts and figures from the experts:
Professor John Sterman, Director, MIT System Dynamics Group, Co-Director, MIT Sustainability Initiative
Dr Bent Erik Bakken, Deputy Director, DNV GL Energy Transition Research, Adjunct Professor, Oslo Met Complex Systems
Jan M. Moberg, CEO and Publisher of TU Media, is moderating the webinar.
Date: Wednesday April 29th.
Time: 18.30-19.30 (CET)
Registration is now closed but the webinar is free for our TU extra subscribers and members of Polyteknisk Forening.
Welcome to the TU Media / MIT Club of Norway / Polyteknisk Forening webinar!