For Stakeholders

All of these issues are dependent on the interplay of land and water ecosystems and will have a significant impact on the region’s economy and prosperity:

  • Adapting to climate change
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Energy security
  • Drinking water
  • Food security
  • Wildlife conservation
  • Preserving cultural resources
We have engaged a diverse group of stakeholders – in government, the private sector and the NGO community – to advise us in developing socioeconomic scenarios to model and to help us formulate research questions that are relevant to decision makers as well as researchers.

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NE-RESM Brochure

Download an infographic on our research on the regional thermoelectric sector:
Regional Thermoelectric Sector Infographic (image courtesy of Milica Jevtic)