Dr.-Ing. Andreas Geiges is a member of the Climate Policy Team at Climate Analytics and is involved in multiple projects, including the Climate Action Tracker and IMPACT.
Andreas has a broad background in stochastic modelling, Bayesian statistical analysis, uncertainty quantification, as well as in information theory. While working on a wide range of model types (including fluid-flow, economic and agent-based models), he has developed a high level of expertise in data analytics and management, conceptual model development, and trans-disciplinary work.
Andreas also contributed to the development of a publication examining strategies for better interaction between policy and science in the stakeholder engagement process. This interactive process was aimed at incorporating stakeholder feedback into the development of socio-technical systems models using interactive visualisation of intermediate results and model assumptions.
- State of Climate Action 2022
- An assessment of the adequacy of the mitigation measures and targets of the respondent states in Duarte Agostinho v Portugal and 32 other states
- Glasgow’s 2030 credibility gap: net zero’s lip service to climate action
- State of Climate Action 2021
- Closing the gap: the impact of G20 climate commitments on limiting temperature rise to 1.5°C
- National ‘fair shares’ in reducing greenhouse gas emissions within the principled framework of international environmental law
- Global Update: Climate target updates slow as science demands action
- Are the G7 pulling their weight on climate?
- CAT Global Update: Climate Summit Momentum
- Global update: Paris Agreement Turning Point
- Paris Agreement Compatible Sectoral Benchmarks
- Incremental improvements of 2030 targets insufficient to achieve the Paris Agreement goals
- Decarbonisation of Australia’s energy system: Integrated modeling of the transformation of electricity, transportation, and industrial sectors
- A government roadmap for addressing the climate and post COVID-19 economic crises
- Pre-2020 commitments and the need for more ambitious NDCs
- How can Paris Agreement commitments be improved now to close the gap to 1.5°C
- Global and regional coal phase-out requirements of the Paris Agreement: Insights from the IPCC Special Report on 1.5°C