POLIMP ensured timely publications targeting at policymakers and stakeholders, so as to mobilise acquired, processed and accumulated knowledge for policy debate.
POLIMP presented policy recommendations in a series of policy briefs. Three thematic Policy Briefs and a final Policy Brief with synthesis of recommendations were be produced.
This format of publication focuses on the technical results of POLIMP, which will be available in a series of technical reports. Working Documents lay a sound basis on which policy options can be formulated. For example, methodologies, tools or indicators are detailed and empirical data are presented in Working Documents.
POLIMP Climate Change Monitor reports focuses on development in the UNFCCC negotiations, as well as the EU climate change policy and provides a regular stream of most updated information in a concise form. Every issue starts with an editorial contributed by one of the WP leaders with comments on the most important current development in UN negotiations, COP decisions, EU legislations and regulations. The main section contains a structured list of online sources of knowledge including primary sources, as well as the official website of various FP7 activities in climate change policy. In total, 6 of these reports were published during POLIMP’s implementation. Every issue will be electronically distributed to subscribers at free of charge.
POLIMP Scientific Publications comprise all the abstracts and papers developed within the framework of POLIMP, presented and published in Conferences and Scientific Journals
POLIMP Briefing Notes are summarising the knowledge packages for priority issues. POLIMP Briefing Notes contain general conclusions from the knowledge collection and procession work, regarding policy implications: socioeconomic aspects, technology transfer, land use, market mechanisms and other policy options.
Thematic Briefing Note Series, dedicated to COP21 in Paris.
The POLIMP Expert Response Survey Series engages a targeted group of stakeholders and experts on matters relating to EU and international climate and energy policy. It consists of eight “snap” surveys distributed over the span of a year to an Expert Response Group pre-selected by the POLIMP project consortium. Each survey and report is organized into three parts:
1. EU Climate ‘Barometer’ – three recurring questions on a general assessment of the status quo,
2. Main Topic – thematic questions linked to the topic of a corresponding Webinar ,
3. “Buzz of the Week” – question(s) on a relevant climate policy topic currently in the news.