Yes, En-ROADS enables users to simulate the economic impact of climate change, specifically the reduction in average GDP per capita due to temperature rise.


Due to the high uncertainty of the economic impact estimates, the En-ROADS Baseline scenario assumes no reduction in GDP per capita due to climate change. However, users can alter this assumption and cover a wide range of possibilities for the extent of climate damage. For this, go to the Assumptions in the drop-down menu of Simulation, and choose "Economic impact of climate change" from the list.


Visit this blog post learn more about this economic impact functionality in En-ROADS. Read more here about the technical background of economic impact formulation in En-ROADS.