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The CHIPS final event will take place on February 27th 2023, 14:00-17:30 CET via Zoom.
The event will take place online and in English.
For wishes and questions please feel free to contact Dorothee Keppler.

The achievements in reducing inequality over the last decades are now threatened by multiple short-, medium- and long-term crises at the same time: the energy and food crisis caused by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, the fundamental transformation towards low-carbon societies and the increasing impacts of the already changing climate. This has the potential to lead to great conflicts in societies around the world as well as between countries. Sustainable policy solutions have to weigh the different short- and long-term effects and protect the most vulnerable groups effectively. 

The distributional consequences of climate change policies and impacts and how to best address them on different scales are subject of the CHIPS project. The project advances integrated assessment models with the representation of subnational inequalities and complements this global approach with bottom-up microsimulation and empirical studies of inequality. During the CHIPS final event the project team will present the project results and discuss them in the context of the additional challenges to inequality which have developed during the course of the project. The event will take place online and in English.

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We would like to point out that within this meeting, personal data such as your contact details will be processed by us. This data will be processed exclusively for the purpose of contacting you and providing you with information in compliance with the EU-GDPR. Data economy, data minimization as well as your rights as affected parties are extremely important to us.

If you have any objections, please contact Dorothee Keppler. If you have general questions in regards to data protection @ PIK, you can contact our data protection officer at datenschutz@pik-potsdam.de at any time. Please read our Data Protection Policy carefully.


The conference will be executed based on the teleconferencing system Zoom provided by Zoom Video Communications, Inc. ("Zoom"), 55 Almaden Boulevard, 6th Floor, San Jose, CA 95113. If you participate in discussions, you and your contributions to the discussion by audio, video and/or chat will be a part of the conference session and will be streamed using the Zoom infrastructure and might be transferred to the USA or other Zoom computing centers in the world. At the same time, to ensure compliance with EU data protection law, we kindly ask you to not film, take photos, record or further publish any material of the conference and the following discussion. Also please do not forward the Zoom link to third parties. Your participation in these Zoom sessions is not required by law or contract. If you do not provide us with your personal data for the purpose of these meetings, you cannot participate in the conference.  If your personal data are processed, then you are a data subject within the meaning of the EU-GDPR and you shall have rights vis-à-vis the Controller.
The presentations (not the discussions) will be recorded and published on the project webpage https://chips-project.org and the PIK youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/@PotsdamInstitute. The aim is to make the project results accessible to a broad interested audience, also outside the scientific community. Informed consent is obtained directly and personally from the presenters.

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