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Alternative Fuel and Advanced Technology Vehicles Pilot Program Emissions Benefit Tool +Number of vehicles planned (or existing), miles driven per day, days per week vehicle is driven  +
Applied Dynamic Analysis of the Global Economy (ADAGE) Model +Economic data from Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) and IMpact analysis for PLANning (IMPLAN); Energy data and various growth forecasts come from the International Energy Agency and Energy Information Administration of the U.S. Department of Energy  +
Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM) +Energy consumption, gross domestic product, number of households, and other macro-economic data  +
Assessing Green Jobs Potential in Developing Countries: A Practitioner's Guide +National statistical accounts; national labor force surveys; market studies and market data; statements on public policy and strategy and investment; research reports on environmental, employment and social issues; and national input-output tables or social accounting matrices.  +
BITES +Buildings: Efficiency improvements by appliance, building codes, retrofits. Industry: efficiency improvements and fuel switching by subsector. Transportation: vehicle fleet composition and efficiency, efficiency improvement for trucks, rail, marine, and air. Biofuel quantity by type. Electricity: generation by type  +
CDM Sustainable Development Tool +A user-generated description of the co-benefits of the user's Clean Development Mechanism project  +
COMMUTER Model +Metropolitan area population size category, analysis scope, analysis area type, employment base, existing mode shares, logit model coefficients, average vehicle occupancy, peak period duration, work trips occurring in peak period, peak and off-peak travel speeds, etc.  +
CRED: A New Model of Climate and Development +Energy intensity, discount rates, level of investment flowing from high-income countries to developing countries.  +
CRiSTAL Forests +Forest characteristics, Ecosystem types, Climate change observations, Climate hazards  +
CRiSTAL VS +Livelihoods Context, Climate risk, Gender and Diversity  +
Clean Development Mechanism +Details about a specific project: type, size, etc.  +
ClearPath +Local emission factors for natural gas, gasoline, electricity, average fuel economy for vehicles, and composition of municipal solid waste.  +
Climate Rapid Overview and Decision Support (C-ROADS) Simulator +GHG emission profiles for up to 15 countries or region.  +
Co-benefits Evaluation Tools +Detailed information about the city's composition: population, household size, average temperature, dwelling types, energy use per dwelling, etc.  +
Co-benefits Risk Assessment (COBRA) Screening Model +Users create their own scenario by specifying increases or decreases to the baseline emission estimates. Emission changes can be entered at the county, state, or national levels, and outcomes can be modeled nationwide or for smaller geographic areas.  +
DNE21+ +Unit operation costs, world annual production potential, available technologies, population, energy demand  +
E3MG +Economic and energy data  +
ENV-Linkages-KEI Model +Economic and energy data  +
Electricity Markets Analysis (EMA) Model +Energy and economic data  +
Energy Development Index (EDI) +The values for the variables used for measuring each indicator. The variables are: # Access to clean cooking facilities: % share of modern energy use in total final consumption by residential sector; # Access to electricity: % of population that has access to electricity, per capita electricity consumption; # Access to energy for public services: per-capita public services electricity consumption; and, # Access to energy for productive use: share of economic activities in the total final consumption.  +
Energy Forecasting Framework and Emissions Consensus Tool (EFFECT) +National data on economic indicators (total GDP, GDP contribution by sector), the power sector (expected demand growth), general demographics (rural and urban population, electrification rates, etc.), and more.  +
Energy and Power Evaluation Program (ENPEP) +Basic input parameters include information on the energy system structure, base-year energy statistics including production, and consumption levels and prices, projected energy demand growth, and any technical and policy constraints.  +
Environmental Benefits Mapping and Analysis Program (BenMAP) +Inputs to health impact functions typically include: * the change in ambient air pollution level * health effect estimate * the baseline incidence rate of the health endpoint * the exposed population.  +
Environmental Impact and Sustainability Applied General Equilibrium Model (ENVISAGE) +The core database, which includes energy volumes and CO2 emissions, is the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) database, currently version 7.0 with a 2004 base year  +
Evaluating the Impact of Development Projects on Poverty: A Handbook for Practitioners +Input data for impact valuation varies on a project basis. Examples of input data used are: household income and expenditure surveys; living standards measurement studies; labor market surveys; records of cooperatives; credit unions and other financial institutions.  +