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Post-2020 Climate ActionAIM/CGE V2.0: Basic Feature of the Model

Post-2020 Climate Action: AIM/CGE V2.0: Basic Feature of the Model [This chapter documents a main model structure and how to implement scenario assumptions for the analysis of long-term climate mitigation taken by AIM/CGE (Asia-Pacific Integrated Model/Computable General Equilibrium). There are six aspects which are going to be discussed. First, macroeconomy, labor, and population treatment are explained. Second, energy supply sector representation is described. Energy supply sectors are one of the key elements for decarbonizing economic systems. Third, energy demand sectors are discussed. Fourth, agriculture and land use are critically important for stringent climate mitigation policy since large bioenergy implementation combined with carbon capture and storage and afforestation would be thought as measures which enables so-called negative emissions. Fifth, nonenergy-related GHG reduction measures follow. They are mostly related to agricultural sectors. Sixth, we discuss how to add new sectors into the CGE system.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Post-2020 Climate ActionAIM/CGE V2.0: Basic Feature of the Model

Editors: Fujimori, Shinichiro; Kainuma, Mikiko; Masui, Toshihiko
Post-2020 Climate Action — Jan 18, 2017

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Publisher
Springer Singapore
Copyright
© Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2017
ISBN
978-981-10-3868-6
Pages
305 –328
DOI
10.1007/978-981-10-3869-3_13
Publisher site
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Abstract

[This chapter documents a main model structure and how to implement scenario assumptions for the analysis of long-term climate mitigation taken by AIM/CGE (Asia-Pacific Integrated Model/Computable General Equilibrium). There are six aspects which are going to be discussed. First, macroeconomy, labor, and population treatment are explained. Second, energy supply sector representation is described. Energy supply sectors are one of the key elements for decarbonizing economic systems. Third, energy demand sectors are discussed. Fourth, agriculture and land use are critically important for stringent climate mitigation policy since large bioenergy implementation combined with carbon capture and storage and afforestation would be thought as measures which enables so-called negative emissions. Fifth, nonenergy-related GHG reduction measures follow. They are mostly related to agricultural sectors. Sixth, we discuss how to add new sectors into the CGE system.]

Published: Jan 18, 2017

Keywords: CGE; Documentation; Long-Term Scenario

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