We work on designing a new set of IAMs (Integrated Assessment Models) to become a low-carbon society

Europe and the world stand at a turning point. The global climate is heating up. Species are dying out at an unprecedented rate, leading to massive biodiversity loss. Ecosystems are collapsing. Many of the world’s finite resources are being overexploited.

At the centre of this worldwide crisis stands humanity.

Citizens are demanding change, while civil society and policymakers are seeking sustainable alternatives for a low-carbon, net zero-emissions future.
LOCOMOTION is helping in this endeavour by developing sophisticated models to assess the socioeconomic and environmental impact of different policy options in order to help society make informed decisions about the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon future.




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New LOCOMINAR on the Material Requirements for the Green Transition

This new webinar is part of a series of public LOCOMINARS. The aim of this interactive event is to bring together experts from different stakeholder groups and discuss the key issues related to material requirements for the green transition. The transition towards a...

LOCOMOTION in the poster session of EMP-E 2021 Conference

LOCOMOTION participated in the poster session of the annual EMP-E 2021 Conference: Re-Energising Sustainable Transitions in Europe, Energy System Modelling, Methods & Results to support the European Green Deal. The event was held online between 26-28 October 2021...

LOCOMOTION in the Fourteenth IAMC Annual Meeting

LOCOMOTION participated in the Fourteenth IAMC Annual Meeting. The event took place fully online during the week of 29 November – 3 December 2021 with the aim to allow researchers to share developments in methods, models and data related wit Integrated Assessment...

LOCOMOTION collaboration on the EU report on Climate Action in the post-COVID-19 world

LOCOMOTION project was part of the European Commission report CLIMATE ACTION IN THE POST-COVID-19 WORLD: Insights from EU-funded projects on how to build forward better, developed by the European Commission in collaboration with EU-funded projects. LOCOMOTION...

LOCOMOTION was part of the EU Climate Neutrality Policy and Knowledge Sharing Event 2021

On 7th December, LOCOMOTION participated in the Climate Neutrality Policy and Knowledge Sharing Event organized by CINEA, which also featured the participation of LOCOMOTION's sister projects: Paris Reinforce, Engage and Navigate. Under the title "Forthcoming...

Climate Coffees event: Exploring synergies and trade-offs of policy interventions under the pressure of rapid climate change

Our colleague Tiziano Distefano from the University of Pisa (UNIPI) participated this Thursday, 25 of November at 11:00 am CET of the European Climate Research Alliance’s ‘Climate Coffee’ series. Under the title "Exploring synergies and trade-offs of policy...

LOCOMINAR: Five science-based tips for the EU’s green transition

Our last Locominar which took place on 22th of October 2021 dealt with five science-based tips for the transition in Europe. The online webinar was organized by the European Environment Bureau (EEB) and led by Katharina Wiese (EEB). The event counted with the...

Towards an emission neutral society: challenges and opportunities

LOCOMOTION is co-organizer together with NAVIGATE, Paris Reinforce and VERIFY of an EU COP 26 side event called: Towards an emission neutral society: challenges and opportunities on the 1st of November 11 am to 12 pm CEST. The event will discuss challenges and...

New LOCOMINAR! Five science-based tips for the EU’s green transition

A new LOCOMINAR will be held on the 22nd of October at 10:00 AM CET. This webinar is part of a series of public LOCOMINARS. This online event will present 5 science-based policy recommendations for the EUs green transition based on the LOCOMOTION policy briefing. One...

Net zero emissions ≠ zero pollution: Inconvenient (pollution) truths about the green energy supply chain!

LOCOMOTION participated in the EU Green Week with a dedicated session entitled "Net zero emissions ≠ zero pollution: Inconvenient (pollution) truths about the green energy supply chain!". The webinar took place on 2 June 2021 and was moderated by Katherina Wiese from...


project consortium


University of Valladolid (Coordinator)


University of Pisa


Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems


Austrian Energy Agency


Basque Centre for Climate Change


Centre of Economic Scenario Analysis and Research


University of Iceland


Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving Foundation


United Nations University/Institute for Environment and Human Security


Association for the Investigation and Development of Sciences


European Environmental Bureau


Ecological and Forestry Applications Research Centre


CARTIF Technology Centre

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Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

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