The Macroeconomic Impacts of Climate Change and Adaptation Measures in Georgia - Application of the e3.ge Model to Investments in Natural Windbreaks for Adapting to the Impact of Extreme Winds

03/2022 | Study

The CRED case study on the Macroeconomic Impacts of Climate Change and Adaptation Measures in Georgia exemplarily presents the application of the macroeconomic e3.ge model. The example looks at investments in natural windbreaks for adapting to the impacts of extreme winds on crop yields in the context of climate change in Georgia. The study describes key steps required for applying the model. It also clarifies data and information needs for running the model as well as the assumptions made.

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