REmote Climate Effects and their Impact on European sustainability, Policy and Trade (RECEIPT)

Food production is a global system where shocks and anomalies in hotspot producing regions can lead to cascading impacts on prices, trade and food security. Our role in RECEIPT is to investigate the implications of weather and climate extremes on staple crop production systems in several key producing regions around the world. The approach will be centered around the novel stakeholder driven storytelling concept exploring shock events for several projected warming levels.


Climate storylines, Machine learning techniques, System dynamics modelling



  • Anne van Loon (VU)
  • Jeroen Aerts (VU)

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Dr. Dim Coumou

Department of Water & Climate Risk
Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM)
VU Amsterdam
W&N-building, Room C-515
De Boelelaan 1087
1081 HV Amsterdam

Department of Earth System Analysis
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Telegraphenberg A62, room S16
D-14473, Potsdam, Germany

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