Climate Policy Assessment for India: Applications of Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM)
The Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (Aim) Brings Together Models Belonging To Diverse Disciplines For Analysing Policies On Climate Change, Pollution Management And Ecosystems Preservation. The Focus Of Aim Is On National And Regional Policy Assessments In The Asia-Pacific Region And Their Interface With Global Economic And Environmental Regimes. In This Book, Climate Change Policy Assessment Studies For India Using Top-Down (Macroeconomic) And Bottom-Up (Techno-Economic) Models Belonging To The Aim Family Are Presented. The Book Will Be Of Particular Interest To Policymakers, Modelers, Researchers And Research Networks Interested In The Areas Of Development, Energy, Environment And Climate Change.
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