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Centre international de recherche sur l'environnement et le développement

Laboratory presentation

The research conducted at the International Center for Research on Environment and Development (CIRED) aims to understand how environmental issues and economic development can articulate for sustainable development of our societies. For this, three main areas are studied: energy, urban and rural infrastructure (buildings, transport, water networks) and agricultural and forestry activities. To carry out this research, the CIRED teams are multidisciplinary and combine skills in social sciences, natural sciences and engineering sciences to model the evolution of economic systems according to environmental factors, policies, infrastructures, etc. The center has also developed strong links with industry and institutions (Chair, IPCC participation, etc.).

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Is a fair energy transition possible? Evidence from the French low-carbon strategy Emilien Ravigné, Frédéric Ghersi, Franck Nadaud 06/01/22 Ecological Economics
A geospatial model of nature-based recreation for urban planning: Case study of Paris, France Perrine Hamel, Léa Tardieu 06/01/22 Land Use Policy
Global biomass supply modeling for long-run management of the climate system Thierry Brunelle, Rémi Prudhomme 05/01/22 Climatic Change
Global socio-economic and climate change mitigation scenarios through the lens of structural change Julien Lefèvre, Thomas Le Gallic 05/01/22 Global Environmental Change
On the strong hybrid solution of an n-person game Tarik Tazdaït 05/01/22 Mathematical Social Science
Using large ensembles of climate change mitigation scenarios for robust insights Céline Guivarch, Thomas Le Gallic 05/01/22 Nature Climate Change
Structural Transformation Options of the Saudi Economy Under Constraint of Depressed World Oil Prices Salaheddine Soummane, Frédéric Ghersi, Franck Lecocq 05/01/22 Energy Journal
Publisher Correction: The cost of mitigation revisited (Nature Climate Change, (2021), 10.1038/s41558-021-01203-6) Céline Guivarch 03/01/22 Nature Climate Change
The contribution of bioenergy to the decarbonization of transport: a multi-model assessment Florian Leblanc, Ruben Bibas 02/01/22 Climatic Change
Expenditure elasticity and income elasticity of GHG emissions: A survey of literature on household carbon footprint Antonin Pottier 02/01/22 Ecological Economics
Economics of co-firing rice straw in coal power plants in Vietnam Minh Ha-Duong 02/01/22 Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
From Depreciation to Exhaustible Resources: On Harold Hotelling’s First Steps in Economics Antoine Missemer 02/01/22 History of Political Economy
Towards Road Sustainability—Part I: Principles and Holistic Assessment Method for Pavement Maintenance Policies Fabien Leurent 02/01/22 Sustainability
Can global models provide insights into regional mitigation strategies? A diagnostic model comparison study of bioenergy in Brazil Thierry Brunelle 01/01/22 Climatic Change
The economic impact of a deep decarbonisation pathway for China: a hybrid model analysis through bottom-up and top-down linking Frédéric Ghersi, Gaëlle Le Treut 01/01/22 Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change
What are the multimodal patterns of individual mobility at the day level in the Paris region? A two-stage data-driven approach based on the 2018 Household Travel Survey Fabien Leurent 01/01/22 Transportation
Do multi-sector energy system optimization models need hourly temporal resolution? A case study with an investment and dispatch model applied to France Behrang Shirizadeh, Philippe Quirion 01/01/22 Applied Energy
Energy policy implications of carbon pricing scenarios for the Brazilian NDC implementation Gaëlle Le Treut, Julien Lefèvre 01/01/22 Energy Policy
Projecting Saudi sectoral electricity demand in 2030 using a computable general equilibrium model Frédéric Ghersi 01/01/22 Energy Strategy Reviews

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)