GAINS Workshop - SPIPA

The EU-India Strategic Partnership for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement project implemented by GIZ India along with the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) will organize GAINS (Greenhouse Gas - Air Pollution Interactions and Synergies) training Program from 12 to 16 April 2021. The GAINS model developed by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) explores cost-effective emission control strategies that simultaneously tackle local air quality and greenhouse gases so as to maximize benefits at all scales. The training will focus on the GAINS modeling and quantification of air pollution co-benefits associated with low carbon strategies in India.


Introducation to the group and schedule Pallav Purohit

The science-policy interface on cost-effective Air Quality Management (AQM)planning Zig Klimont

AQM planning.pptx

Introducation to the GAINS model Fabian Wagner

GAINS Intro.pptx

Registration and interactions with the model Robert Sander


Scenario Defintion.pptx

Session 2

Interactions with the GAINS model controls Robert Sander

How to create a scenario

Learning the toolbox: Transport sector Jens Borken

Transport modeling.pptx

Session 3

Learning the toolbox: Waste sector Adriana Gomez-Sanabria

Waste sector in GAINS

Learning the toolbox: Energie and industry sector Peter Rafaj

Energy and Industry Sectors in GAINS

Session 4

Learning the toolbox: Arigculture sector in GAINS Zig Klimont

Arigculture in GAINS and potential ammonia emission reductions in the EU

Learning the toolbox: Domestic sector Pallav Purohit

Domestic sector in GAINS

Session 5

Simulation of emission control scenarios and impact assessment of emission control scenarios Gregor Kiesewetter

Calculating ambient PM2.5 and health impacts in GAINS.

GAINS cost-effectiveness analysis Fabian Wagner

GAINS cost-effectiveness analysis