The BalticClimate toolkit is an empowering knowledge transfer instrument for actors on the local and regional level who are not necessarily the experts on climate change, but who have an important role to play in the preparation, financing and decision making related to the implementation of climate change measures.

Climate Equity Reference Calculator
The Climate Equity Reference Calculator and its companion, the Climate Equity Scorecard, are reference tools designed to allow users to analyse the implications of a broad range of possible conceptions of responsibility capacity, and fair shares.

DO3SE: Deposition of Ozone for Stomatal Exchange
This interfaced version of the model (DO3SE_INTv3.0) is provided for users to estimate total and stomatal O3 flux on a site-specific basis according to local meteorological and O3 concentration data.

EUREAPA: EU Resource and Energy Analysis Programme Application
EUREAPA is an online scenario modelling and policy assessment tool created for the One Planet Economy Network. It uses a sophisticated economic input-output model to understand the environmental pressures associated with consumption activities.

GAP: The Global Air Pollution forum emission manual
The emission inventory planning tool provides best practice and methods for developing countries in Africa and Asia to prepare air pollution inventories.

IOTA: Input-Output Trade Analysis
IOTA is an environmental footprinting tool that links physical data on commodity production in different countries with a detailed financial matrix that traces inter-industry buying and selling across the world.

IPAT-S is an open-source modeling language that comes with a suite of supporting tools. It is well suited to developing sustainability scenarios, but can be used in other contexts. The language is compact and the interpreter is fast, so IPAT-S is a good choice for rapid scenario development.

LEAP: Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning system
LEAP is a powerful, versatile software system for integrated energy, climate change mitigation and low-emissions development planning. It is used by thousands of organizations in nearly 190 countries, including government agencies, academics, nonprofits, consulting companies and energy utilities.

NBIM: The National Bioenergy Investment Model
NBIM is a scenario model that simulates decision-making by domestic and foreign investors whether to invest in biofuel projects in a developing country.

REAP: The Resource and Energy Analysis Programme
REAP is a highly sophisticated model that helps policy makers to understand and measure the environmental pressures associated with human consumption.

REAP Petite
REAP Petite asks questions about users’ consumption activities, including energy use, travel, food, and goods consumed, to build complete footprints at the household level.

Targeting AGwater Management Interventions (TAGMI)
TAGMIis a decision support tool that facilitates targeting and scaling-out of three different agricultural water management (AWM) technologies in the Limpopo and the Volta River Basins.

SEI-PCS: Spatially Explicit Information on Producer to Consumer Systems
SEI-PCS links global consumption to the socio-environmental impacts of production at sub-national scales, allowing for more accurate footprint accounts and supply chain analysis, and providing more actionable information for policy-makers.

weADAPT is a collaborative platform for climate adaptation which draws together a wide range of partners to share experience, tools and case studies to create a dynamic community and knowledge base for adaptation.

WEAP: Water and Evaluation Planning system
WEAP is a user-friendly software tool that takes an integrated approach to water resources planning. It is used to represent current water conditions in a given area and explore a wide range of demand and supply options for balancing environment and development.

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