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Alternative Fuel and Advanced Technology Vehicles Pilot Program Emissions Benefit Tool +Carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds (VOC), nitrogen oxide, PM2.5 and greenhouse gas emissions in pounds per year.
Applied Dynamic Analysis of the Global Economy (ADAGE) Model +Quantitative estimates include: * Gross domestic product, consumption, industry output, and changes in prices; * Employment impacts and changes in wage rates; * Capital earnings and real interest rates; * Investment decisions; * Input purchases and changes in production technologies of firms; * Flows of traded goods among regions; * Energy production and consumption by businesses and households; and * Fuel and greenhouse gas permit prices.
Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM) +Emissions estimates (CO2, SO2, NOx), total primary energy supply, electricity generation by fuel-type, sector-wise energy consumption, economic output (gross domestic product), identified sectors where emissions reductions are most cost-effective, and list of prioritized greenhouse gas reduction measures for different scenarios.
Assessing Green Jobs Potential in Developing Countries: A Practitioner's Guide +#A quantitative estimate of total environment related employment; #a quantitative estimate of number of core environment-related jobs sustained by economic activities; #a map of the quality of that core environment related employment; #a quantitative estimate of indirect/induced jobs sustained by these core environmental sectors and green activities; and, #a modeling tool that can aid policy making by showing employment impacts of alternative ''what if'' scenarios and strategies.


BITES +Energy-related CO2 emissions, energy use, and petroleum use by sector and overall. More detailed outputs by sector, such as energy demand by end use.


CDM Sustainable Development Tool +A user-generated description of the co-benefits of the user's Clean Development Mechanism project is appended to the UNFCCC's CDM website
COMMUTER Model +Travel and emission effects resulting from transportation control measures, including percentage of trips eliminated, percentage of trips shifted from the peak to off-peak period, baseline and final peak, off-peak and daily VMT, baseline and final peak, off-peak and daily vehicle trips, and changes in total daily emissions for each pollutant.
CRED: A New Model of Climate and Development +CRED could be viewed as setting priorities among three competing uses: high-income consumption, developing-country consumption, and abatement. All non-BAU scenarios show that the optimal path includes fairly rapid elimination emissions in high-income countries. Reductions in these emissions produce worldwide benefits, which can be bought with resources that were yielding little utility.
CRiSTAL Forests +Applying CRiSTAL Forests leads to two main outputs: * Summary analysis of climate risks to ecosystems and livelihoods, including a list of ecosystem services that are most affected by climate hazards or important for responding to climate impacts, * Proposed adjustments to existing projects and new activities to support climate adaptation.
CRiSTAL VS +Applying CRiSTAL leads to three main outputs: # List of livelihood resources that are most affected by climate hazards and most important for responding to climate impacts. # Proposed adjustments to existing projects and new activities to support climate adaptation. # List of desired adaptation outcomes and important influencing factors to be monitored.
Clean Development Mechanism +The booklet presents approved methodologies to track emission reductions. Methodologies are grouped in different categories, according to the size and type of potential CDM projects.
ClearPath +Greenhouse gas inventories, emissions progress, future emission estimates, alternative planning scenarios.
Climate Rapid Overview and Decision Support (C-ROADS) Simulator +Emissions, concentrations, temperature, and per-capita emissions outcomes over the 2000-2100 period.
Co-benefits Evaluation Tools +The tools use simplified models to estimate the magnitude of emission reductions from local air pollution and carbon emissions. Additionally, the tools help determine barriers to implementation of policies and projects.
Co-benefits Risk Assessment (COBRA) Screening Model +Maps and estimates of the benefits of clean energy policies and programs in terms of air quality, human health (number of cases of illness and death avoided), and related cost savings. It also provides estimates of the outcomes of clean energy policies that change emissions of particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, ammonia, and volatile organic compounds at the county, state, regional, or national level.


DNE21+ +World carbon emission trajectories, growth rate of GDP, energy intensity, carbon intensity, carbon emissions from fuel combustion.


E3MG +A year-by-year estimate of economic performance and emissions, which allows the development of historical reconstructions of how emissions have changed over time in the past, and explains these changes. It also projects to the future to assess how these emissions might be affected by different policies and pathways of technological change.
ENV-Linkages-KEI Model +Impacts of Korean and international greenhouse gas mitigation policies on the Korean economy
Electricity Markets Analysis (EMA) Model +Change in electricity supply decisions, electricity generation costs, and electricity prices due to the policies.
Energy Development Index (EDI) +EDI database, which presents detailed results for 80 countries, is available for download here:
Energy Forecasting Framework and Emissions Consensus Tool (EFFECT) +Greenhouse gas emissions for given development scenarios or policy choices; forecasts of energy balances and amounts of energy-generating/consuming assets in a country or sector; and results for individual sectors such as road transport, agriculture, power, industry, household and non-residential sectors
Energy and Power Evaluation Program (ENPEP) +The equilibrium prices and quantities of energy sources that clear all markets for all energy supply forms and all energy uses included in the energy network. This is an energy system configuration that balances the conflicting demands, objectives, and market forces of the economy. Concurrently with the energy estimates, it computes the environmental residuals associated with a given energy system configuration, including greenhouse gases, criteria air pollutants, waste generation, water pollution, and land use.
Environmental Benefits Mapping and Analysis Program (BenMAP) +Quantitative: Health incidents (mortality, non-fatal heart attacks, hospital admissions, chronic bronchitis, acute respiratory symptoms, asthma attacks, asthma emergency room visits, work loss days, worker productivity, and school absence rates) and related economic costs. The program also generates maps and charts displaying the results.
Environmental Impact and Sustainability Applied General Equilibrium Model (ENVISAGE) +Various quantitative outputs regarding: * Baseline emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases * Impacts of climate change on the economy * Impacts of adaptation by economic agents to climate change * Impacts of greenhouse gas mitigation policies, e.g., taxes, cap-and-trade * The role of land use in future emissions and mitigation * The distributional consequences of climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation at the national and household level.
Evaluating the Impact of Development Projects on Poverty: A Handbook for Practitioners +Helps in answering questions like: # How the project affected beneficiaries; # Whether any improvements were a direct result of the project; # Whether the program design could be modified to improve impact; and, # Whether the costs were justified.
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