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<h2>Purpose of this website</h2>
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This website is a complete description of the IMAGE 3.0, the Integrated Model to Assess the Global Environment version 3.0, not an update to earlier versions.
All components of the model are described in broad terms, with a focus on functionalities, feedbacks, uncertainties, and possible policy applications.
The typical reader is someone working at the science-policy interface, a client or partner for assessments with IMAGE 3.0,  i.e. someone who has a general understanding of global environmental problems and the related policy challenges.
The results presented should illustrate the type of studies that can be carried out with IMAGE. They are based on recent IMAGE assessments, as far as possible taken from peer-reviewed literature or published PBL reports. For more detail, we refer to underlying scientific papers. These are indicated in every component as “Main publications”.
==Set-up of this website==
A general introduction to IMAGE 3.0, and the main model setup can be found under the [[IMAGE framework introduction|introduction to the framework]] and the [[IMAGE Framework summary]].
The [[Framework overview]] gives a schematic view of the various model components.
You can access all components from this overview to get a detailed description.
Every model component is described following the same structure:
# Introduction with the in- and output variables;
# Detailed model description;
# Policy issues;
# Data, uncertainty and limitations.
Each description of a model component provides a model flow diagram, a figure with baseline results, and a figure with results for one (or several) policy interventions. The flows of information is mapped from inputs, via process steps to outputs, showing the relation to other parts of the model. The model description concentrates on key process steps, and gives reference to underlying scientific papers for more detail. Relevant policy applications to which the module can contribute are identified, including an example for baseline development and policy intervention, rounded off with generated reflection on uncertainties and limitations.
All of these aspects are provided on the sub-pages. To return to the framework overview, you can click on the icon given at the right top of each page.
The scenario drivers for the IMAGE framework are described with a slightly different setup.
Each component is readable on its own, so that a person interested in a specific assessment area can start reading at the respective chapter.
Further information can be found by looking at the overviews or by browsing the website.
Under 'Main overviews' the main overviews are provided, together with a list of all overviews on this wiki and some background information pages.
Via browse data you can browse the website per category. This is the most direct way to search for the information if you already know what you are looking for. If you are looking for specific information you can also use the search function.
For information or questions, please fill in the contact form.

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Emissions/Data uncertainties limitations
Emissions/Policy issues
Baseline figure Emissions
Flowchart Emissions
Formula1 Emissions
Icon E
Policy intervention figure Emissions

Energy conversion
Energy conversion/Data uncertainties limitations
Energy conversion/Description
Energy conversion/Policy issues
Energy conversion/References
Baseline figure Energy conversion
Flowchart Energy conversion
Icon EC
Policy intervention figure Energy conversion

Energy demand
Energy demand/Data uncertainties limitations
Energy demand/Description
Energy demand/Policy issues
Energy demand/References
Baseline figure Energy demand
Flowchart Energy demand
Formula1 Energy demand
Formula2 Energy demand
Icon ED
Policy intervention figure Energy demand

Energy supply
Energy supply/Data uncertainties limitations
Energy supply/Description
Energy supply/Policy issues
Energy supply/References
Baseline figure Energy supply
Flowchart Energy supply
Icon ES
Policy intervention figure Energy supply

Energy supply and demand
Energy supply and demand/References
Figure2 IMAGE framework summary
Flowchart Energy supply and demand
Icon ESD