The SPIQ-FS generic dataset version 0 contains national estimates of marginal damage costs in 2020 USD PPP (international dollars) for the emission or production in 2020 of 14 impact quantities for 158 countries. Marginal damage costs in the generic set are calculated under the assumption that future economies developed according to the IPCC shared socioeconomic pathway SSP2.
The SPIQ-FS documentation and outputs are separated into Annexes.
The SPIQ-FS dataset is built from the SPIQ-FS model. The documentation in Annex A describes the individual cost models and the caveats of the modelling. Annex A describe the impact pathways, which is the pathway by which a unit of emission, or resource use, or lost habitat, or kg/capita/day of consumption, leads to changes in flows of natural, human, produced, or financial capital, which effects the gross domestic production in purchasing power parity terms terms of a present or future economy. Annex A is provides rationale on the current level of production of the impact quantities associated to the food system, and why marginal increases in the quantities are associated to food system impacts.
Annex B describes the joint sampling procedure using information on the interactions between the impact pathways described in Annex A.
Annex C describes a set of socio-economic inputs into the SPIQ-FS model that can be used to couple the cost models to macro-economic and socio-economic changes between counterfactuals, including over time into the future. Annex C gives an overview of the cost models and common components
Annex S contains the dataset generated by a build of the SPIQ-FS model. The dataset generated by the generic build can be downloaded under the CC-BY-4.0 license. Appendices in the Annex A documentation show calculation of marginal cost sets for illustration. The build of the generic dataset on this page is the updated set of generic marginal costs.
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