The Center for Robust Decision making on Climate and Energy Policy (RDCEP) brings together experts in economics, physical sciences, energy technologies, law, computational mathematics, statistics, and computer science to undertake a series of tightly connected research programs aimed at improving the computational models needed to evaluate climate and energy policies, and to make robust decisions based on outcomes.
An online interactive version of the most widely used model of the economics of climate change.
This emulation tool provides statistical representations of the behavior of a number of general circulation models (GCMs).
a Framework to Advance Climate, Economic, and Impact Investigations with Information Technology
A suite of tools, data, and models developed to facilitate access to high-resolution climate impact modeling
Forest, Agriculture, and Biofuels in a Land use model with Environmental services (FABLE)
Dynamic and Stochastic Integration of Climate and Economy