Quantitative Policy Analysis of Global Socio-Economic-Energy-Environment Development (GSEEED) Project
(03-28-17)

I.
Grant application (DRAFT)
1.
Synopsis
2.
Concept Paper
3.
ANNEX I: List of Working Group Members (Download 73 MB pdf file)
4.
ANNEX II: Letters from key collaborating or participating organizations/individuals
5.
ANNEX III: Detailed project budget (to be constructed later)
6.
ANNEX IV: Project timetable (See Section 2 of the narrative)
7.
ANNEX V: Curricula vitae for key participants
8.
Institutional information (annual report, etc.) (to be submitted by Polytechnic University)
9.
Proof of tax status (to be submitted by Polytechnic University)

II.
Workshops and Seminars
A.
Center for International Earth Science Information (CIESIN)
Earth Institute, Columbia University
July 15, 2008
1.
Mini-Workshop on creating Globally Collaborative Network for Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution (GCN/CPMR) on Environmental Issues
2.
Slide Presentation

III. References
A.
Papers
1.
Walter G. Ollor, Peter O. Jack, Takeshi Utsumi, Hans R. Herren,
Nigeria Energy Policy Analysis: Modelling Nigeria’s Energy Policy Response Dynamics,” (19 January 2009)
2.
Millennium Institute
Yudken, J. S. and A. M. Bassi
"Executive Summary: Climate Policy and Energy-Intensive Manufacturing, Impacts and Options"
(April, 2009)
Bassi, A. M. and A. E. Baer
"Quantifying cross-sectoral impacts of investments in climate change mitigation in Ecuador"
(May, 2009)

Bassi, A. M., R. Powers, W. Schoenberg
"An Integrated Approach to Energy Prospects for North America and the Rest of the World"
(April, 2009)
Bassi, A. M., J. S. Yudken, M. Ruth
"Climate policy impacts on the competitiveness of energy-intensive manufacturing sectors"
(January, 2009)
B.
Slides
1.
Globally Collaborative Environmental Peace Gaming (GCEPG)
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