Welcome to TRANSrisk

We welcome you to TRANSrisk Transitions Pathways and Risk Analysis for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaption Strategies, started in September 2015 under the umbrella of EU Horizon 2020 programme.

TRANSrisk aims to assess low emission transition pathways that are technically and economically feasible and acceptable from a social and environmental viewpoint.

TRANSrisk brings together quantitative models and qualitative approaches, focusing on participatory consultations with stakeholders as a link between the approaches.


TRANSrisk Special Edition in Springer!

TRANSrisk will publish the Open Access Book "Understanding risks and uncertainties in energy and climate policy: Multidisciplinary methods and tools towards a low carbon society".

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TRANSrisk Special Issue in Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions Journal!

TRANSrisk will publish the Open Access Special Issue "Assessing risks and uncertainties of low-carbon transition pathways".

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New TRANSrisk Leaflet

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TRANSrisk Infographics

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TRANSrisk 2nd Year Progress

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New TRANSrisk Poster

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Latest News

Download below the latest ClimateChangeMitigation.eu newsletter containing an article re

Download below the latest ClimateChangeMitigation.eu newsletter containing an article re

Researchers from TRANSrisk partner National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and Universidad de Jaen have developed an interesting paper entitled "A group decision making tool for assessing climate policy risks against multiple criteria".


TRANSrisk partner Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) organises the High Level Policy Event "Decarbonising transport in the EU: scenarios for Swedish road freight in a global context" on 18th October 2018, at the Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens conference centre in Stockholm, Sweden.

TRANSrisk and SET-Nav will co-organise the Regional Workshop "Decarbonising our energy s

GREEN-WIN, TRANSrisk and CD-LINKS will co-organise a Joint Policy Day on 7th November 2018, at the Royal Library Meeting Center in Brussels, Belgium.

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