Development of a Forecasting Framework and Scenarios to Support the EU Sustainable Development Strategy


       

SIXTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

PRIORITY 8.1


Policy-oriented research, Scientific support to policies, Integrating and Strengthening the European Research Area

 


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On this page all reports, papers and presentations produced in the course of the project are available for you to read, browse and search directly from your web brower. You can of course eventually download the files (in pdf format) if you want to save them for later. To get started, you just need to click the pdf view/download links listed below.


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Technical and final reports

Workshop Presentations:

  • 1st Integration Workshop in Brussels (list)
  • Workshop in Florence, "Agriculture" (list)
  • Workshop in Vienna, "Industry / Economy" (list)
  • Workshop in Budapest, "Infrastructures / Land use" (list)
  • Scenario Modelling Workshop in Brussels (list)
  • Final Round-table Workshop in Brussels (list)

Workshop Reports:

  • Workshop in Florence, "Agriculture"
  • Workshop in Vienna, "Industry / Economy"
  • Workshop in Budapest, "Infrastructures / Land use"
  • Project summary report for the Final Round-table Workshop in Brussels

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Technical and final reports

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Workpackage
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Background paper - Mapping of related projects and policies and their relevance to FORESCENE WP1: Description of problem areas, review of objectives and indicators and determination of cross-cutting driving forces
Technical report - Description of problem areas, review of objectives and determination of cross-cutting drivers WP1: Description of problem areas, review of objectives and indicators and determination of cross-cutting driving forces
Technical report - Addressing multi-beneficial and cross-sectoral strategies for sustainability WP2: Development of core elements of integrated sustainability scenarios (goal definition & pre-backcasting)
Technical report - Possibilities for modelling sustainability scenarios WP3: Checking the options for modelling
Technical report - Baseline scenario assumptions and model projections for selected target indicators WP4: Forecasting - Development of a BAU scenario framework and example projections
Technical report - Description of alternative sustainability scenarios and model simulations for selected parameters WP5: Development of alternative scenarios and backcasting
Final report - Project summary, conclusions and perspectives WP6: Conclusions and recommendations

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Workshop Presentations

  • 1st Integration Workshop in Brussels (Sept. 6, 2006)
Title
Author
Organisation
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Introduction to ForeScene Dr. Stefan Bringezu Wuppertal Institute
Water and Water Use in Europe: Policies, Targets, Problems and Driving Forces Dr. Mats Svensson Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies
Landscape, Biodiversity and Soil: Policies, Targets, Problems and Driving Forces Prof. Roy Haines-Young Centre for Environmental Management, University of Nottingham
Resource Use and Waste: Policy Goals and Targets, Problems and Driving Forces Dr. Stefan Bringezu Wuppertal Institute
Task of the breakout groups Dr. Stefan Bringezu Wuppertal Institute


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  • Workshop in Florence, "Agriculture" (Oct. 19-20, 2006)
Title
Author
Organisation
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The policy framework of Agriculture Sustainability: the Common Agricultural Policy, a long-term perspective for sustainable agriculture Annette Hurrelmann European Commission - DG Agri
Multifunctionality as key concept for agriculture sustainability scenarios: the TOP-Mard Approach Gemma Frances Tudel Department of Applied Economy University of Barcelona
Scenario development and modelling of policy impacts towards multifunctional agriculture in the EU project MEA Scope Annette Piorr ZALF (Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research)
Scenarios for agri-environmental policy design and implementation Davide Viaggi University of Bologna - Department of Agricultural Economics and Engineering
Sustainable agriculture in Europe - When, How and Where, and is it possible to answer? Mats Svensson LUCSUS (Centre for Sustainability Studies Lund University)
EU-Sustainability Impact Assessment, the Sensor approach: the conceptual design of the first prototype for bioenergy scenarios Stefan Sieber ZALF (Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research)
Tuscany Region strategy towards Sustainable Agriculture Fabio Boscaleri Tuscany Regional Government, Rural development policies, Sustainable development
Vineyard, Grape & Wine elaboration in European Union – Perspective and sustainability, the French experience Jean-Baptiste Traversac INRA (French National Agronomy Research Institute)
The role of geographic labelling in the Spanish sustainable livestock production Isabel Bardají Azcárate University of Madrid Agricultural Economy and Social Science Department
Quantitative assessment and measure of agriculture sustainability, parameters and indicators Antonella Trisorio INEA (Italian National Institute Agricultural Economics)
Stakeholder presentation Andreas Frangenberg European Initiative for Sustainable Development in Agriculture


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  • Workshop in Vienna, "Industry/Economy" (Oct. 23-24, 2006)
Title
Author
Organisation
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The concept of transition management Rene Kemp International Center of Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development, Netherlands
Sustainability impact assessment Paul Weaver University of Durham, UK
Sustainable production and consumption systems John Manoochehri Stockholm's Royal Technology Institute, Sweden
Sustainable consumption perspectives Oksana Mont Lund University, Sweden
International trade and sustainable production Thomas Ruddy EMPA Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland
Environmental technology development and application Angela Köppl Austrian Institute for Economics Research, Austria
Closed resource cycles for sustainable resource Jan Rosvall Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
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Resource efficient production and consumption Michael Lettenmeier Finnish Association for Nature Conservation & Factor 10 Innovation Network, Finland
Environmental impacts of products (EIPRO) Arnold Tukker TNO, Netherlands
Resource efficient technologies and eco-design Rui Frazao National Institute for Engineering and Industrial Technology, Portugal
Environmental policy and governance scenarios Martin O'Connor -
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Results from policy modelling project "MOSUS" Stefan Giljum Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI)
Low-footprint enterprises: a consulting perspective Craig Simmons Best Foot Forward, UK
International supply chain management Burcu Tuncer UNEP/Wuppertal Institute Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production, Germany
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Energy efficiency and leap-frogging Sebastian Gallehr e5-European Business Council for Sustainable Energy, Germany
Eco-profit projects Renate Tschiggerl -


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  • Workshop in Budapest, "Infrastructures / Land use" (Oct. 26-27, 2006)
Title
Author
Organisation
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Land Use & Urban Sprawl – Implications for Sustainability Dr. Henning Nuissl UFZ Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig-Halle
A Vision of Sustainable Transport Infrastructures in Europe Dr. Tamas Fleischer Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Land Use in Industrial Regions – A Vision of Sustainability Dr. Oliver Dilly Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus
The Built Environment and Biodiversity – A Vision of Sustainability Prof. Gábor Vida Hungarian Academy of Sciences
The Built Environment and the Use of Resources - A Vision of Sustainability Robert Nemeskeri REC
Towards Sustainable Transport Infrastructures – Potential Policy Measures and Actions in Europe Prof. Angela Hull Centre for Environment and Planning University of the West of England (UWE)
Brownfield versus Greenfield – Potential Policy Measures and Actions in Europe Dr. Paul Nathanail CABERNET Network & university of Nottingham
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Towards Sustainable Land Use Patterns - Potential Policy Measures and Instruments Dr. Henning Nuissl UFZ Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig-Halle
Towards a Sustainable Built Environment – Some Potential Applications of Ecological Economics to Support European Policy Making Dr. Katharine N. Farrell UFZ Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig-Halle
Towards Sustainable Construction – Potential Policy Measures and Actions in Europe Prof. Ian Cooper University of Salford & Eclipse Research Consultants
Towards Sustainable Water Management – Potential Infrastructure Policies and Actions in Europe Mats Svensson LUCSUS (Centre for Sustainability Studies Lund University)


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  • Scenario Modelling Workshop in Brussels (Sept. 8, 2008)
Title
Author
Organisation
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The FORESCENE meta-model and the resource submodel Dr. Stefan Bringezu Wuppertal Institute
The water submodel Dr. Mats Svensson Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies
The biodiversity, landscape and soils submodel Prof. Roy Haines-Young Centre for Environmental Management, University of Nottingham


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  • Final Round-table Workshop in Brussels (Nov. 25, 2008): New approaches and recent results of sustainability scenario building and modelling
Title
Author
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The FORESCENE project: Developing scenarios and modelling for sustainability Dr. Stefan Bringezu Wuppertal Institute


Workshop Reports

  • Workshop in Florence, "Agriculture" (Oct. 19-20, 2006)
  • Workshop in Vienna, "Industry / Economy" (Oct. 23-24, 2006)
  • Workshop in Budapest, "Infrastructures / Land use" (Oct. 26-27, 2006)

  • Final Round-table Workshop in Brussels (Nov. 25, 2008)

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