COMMIT: Climate pOlicy assessment and Mitigation Modeling to Integrate national and global Transition pathways

The global stocktaking process of the Paris Agreement requires sufficient analytical capacity to ensure fair evaluation of country policies, and requires a good understanding of different outcomes and assumptions between the analytical teams that provide input into the negotiations. The COMMIT research project aims to contribute the analytical capacity to this process. Its intended contribution to the Talanoa Dialogue in 2018, preceding the official global stocktake starting in 2023, is to jointly develop insights by discussing analyses of national and global low-carbon pathways among project partners and with policymakers.

News and events

  • Side events at COP25

    COMMIT has two side events at COP25 in Madrid: one at the EU pavilion, and one official UNFCCC event. NDCs, the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals: Tracking progress and...
  • Fourth project meeting and capacity building workshop

    The fourth consortium and stakeholder meeting will be held on 21 and 22 November 2019 in Milan, hosted by RFF-CMCC EIEE. The agenda for the full project meeting can be...
  • Independent Global Stocktake

    COMMIT is contributing to the independent Global Stocktake (iGST), a data and advocacy initiative that brings together climate researchers, modelers, campaigners and advocates to support the Paris Agreement. The terms...
  • SB50 Bonn Side Event

    Long-Term Strategies: How do global goals affect countries and sectors and what opportunities exist? 18 June 2019, 18:30 - 20:00 World Conference Center Bonn, Germany, room 'Bonn' This side event at the venue...
  • Inviting applications for the research exchange programme

    For young researchers affiliated with COMMIT The exchange programme allows for a visit of maximum 6 months to one of the COMMIT consortium institutions. Modellers can share experiences on modelling methods...