The project aims to develop a novel, demand-driven, integrated assessment model-oriented framework for effectively supporting the design and analysis of climate policies in the European Union as well as in other major emitters and selected less emitting countries, in respect to the Paris Agreement and associated challenges. By engaging policymakers and scientists/modellers, PARIS REINFORCE will create the open-access and transparent data exchange platform I2AM PARIS, in order to support all kind of climate action mobilizing models. Acknowledging the need to employ diverse methodologies and tools in order to address the multiplicity of challenges, the unique approach of PARIS REINFORCE sees us changing the existing scientific paradigm, by introducing innovative integrative processes. In this direction, quantitative systems modelling tools are further coupled with well-established methodological frameworks, in order to improve the robustness of modelling outcomes against different types of uncertainties.

SEURECO's contribution

Coordinate the work-package on the modelling of EU climate mitigation. Use the NEMESIS model to run PARIS REINFORCE climate mitigation scenarios. Implement inter-linkage between EU models and also with global modelling tools.


EPU-NTUA (Leader), Imperial College, CICERO, CMCC, Cambridge University, BC3, SEURECO, Fraunhofer ISI, EPFL, E4SMA, Bruegel, IEECP, Holistic, University Brasilia, China University of Petroleum, IEFRAS, IGES, TERI.