The EU-funded ENGAGE project will invite key stakeholders to co-produce a new generation of global and national decarbonisation pathways. These will be designed to mitigate the risks of climate change to meet the Paris Agreement objectives and implement game-changing innovations. ENGAGE will also quantify the avoided impacts of climate change. The findings of this four-year project will benefit policymaking and inform the 2023 global stocktake, while feeding into the mid-century mitigation strategies for major emitters.
ENGAGE comprises nearly 30 partners coordinated by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and co-led by several other institutions.
Under the ENGAGE project, NewClimate Institute leads the work on the development and update of the Climate Policy Database, which will serve as key inputs to various climate policy scenario analyses conducted in this project.