European climate — energy security nexus: A model based scenario analysis / Patrick Criqui, Silvana Mima, Energy Policy, vol. 41, n° 1, February 2012, pp. 827-842.
draft de l’article : http://webu2.upmf-grenoble.fr/LEPII/spip/IMG/pdf/CR-EDDEN-1_PC-SM_2011.pdf
In this research, we provide an overview of the climate-security nexus in the European energy sector, through a model based analysis of scenarios produced with the POLES model. The scenarios describe the consequences of different degrees of GHG emission constraint, at world level, but also for a case where Europe adopts an ambitious climate policy, while the rest of the world sticks to much more modest abatement policies. The analysis shows that under such stringent climate policies, Europe may benefit of a significant double dividend, first in its capacity to develop a new cleaner and climate-friendlier energy model, and second in a lower vulnerability to potential price or supply shocks on the international energy markets.