AIRPOLIM-T (Air Pollution Impact Model for Transport)

The AIRPOLIM-T uses an accessible methodology for quantifying the health impacts of air pollution from the transport sector that can be applied in multiple countries, or cities, in the form of an open-source Excel tool. It calculates the impacts on mortality from four adulthood diseases: lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), ischemic heart disease and stroke, as well as lower respiratory infections (LRI) in children and adults – all of whose prevalence is increased with the intake of pollution. The tool can be used to compare the magnitude of health impacts under different scenarios for future transport sector pathways. This analysis can help policymakers or civil society organisations in highlighting the benefits of a low-carbon development of the transport sector.

CLIMTRADE: Economic impacts of climate regulation in trade

The CLIMTRADE tool allows users to analyse a range of economic impacts associated with carbon border adjustments. The Excel-based tool uses partial equilibrium modelling and input-output analysis to provide quantitative insights into economic indicators such as national export revenues, domestic employment, or GDP.

Initiating a fair and inclusive energy transition in Indonesia

This paper sets out our analysis of the Indonesian government plan to replace 3.4GW of coal units at Suralaya with new grid-connected solar PV capacity in the Java-Bali grid. We present potential impacts across development indicators (SDGs), and identify barriers and enablers. We also make suggestions on steps different stakeholders could take to make this plan a reality and how they can contribute to an inclusive push for the clean energy transition in Indonesia.