We are glad to inform you that our article entitled “A transdisciplinary modeling framework for the participatory design of dynamic adaptive policy pathways” has been published in the Energy Policy journal.
Policy targets are set. But how can they be achieved?
This article presents the Adaptive Policymaking Model (AIM), a plugin modeling toolbox that provides hands-on-support to policymakers for the selection of policy pathways leading to desired targets. The novelty of AIM lies in (i) identifying the conditions under-, and the timeframe beyond- which a policy starts to deviate from the set targets, (ii) visualizing a map of robust policy pathways to be followed, and (iii) setting up a monitoring system triggering real-world policy adaptation upon contextual effects.
Find the full article here: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2020.111350