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In 2015 FEEM FEEM's research activities have been re-organized. This re-organization was designed to achieve new important objectives in terms of relevance, funding, impact, and quality. FEEM’s research is organized around four research programs, five cross-cutting themes and a dissemination program called International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG). The research strategy of the four research programs is meant to be  innovative for the academic environment and relevant for the policy and business communities. Several topics and issues addressed by the research programs overlap and therefore require a degree of coordination. This will  be achieved mostly through the cross-cutting themes, whose objective is to drive and coordinate the programs’ research activities on highly relevant and policy focused topics. 

The four research programs are: 

      -               Mitigation, Innovation and Transformation Pathways (MITP);

      -               Climate Change Economic Impacts and Adaptation (EIA);

      -               Energy Scenarios and Policy (ESP);

      -               Society and Sustainability (SAS).