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Outline for country CLEW final presentations

Suggested total number of slides: 12 to 20 (max). Note that one slide takes about 1-2 min to present.
Duration of presentation: 20 min + 10 min for discussion
You are requested to send the presentation for review to the supporters by Tuesday afternoon for a final
review.

1. Title slide
Choose a title describing the issues your model is shedding light, choose a comprehensive yet
informative title, avoid titles in the form of questions

2. Summary of key findings (1 slide)


Presentation of the main issue(s) uncovered by the modelling exercise they have done in during the
CLEWs Summer School.

3. Summary of how they arrived to that insight (1 slide)


Indication of how the group arrived to the insights presented in slide 2.

4. Background and context (1-2 slides) Hidden slide - to be shown if necessary


Explain the context of the region and highlight issues in focus (very brief summary of the main issues
affecting each sector and main policy direction)
If prepared as slide, should be hide-it and not presented. It can alternatively be recorded as notes to
slide (and definitively to the log)

5. The Country CLEWs DIAGRAM (1 slide)


Prepare a schematic to present how the issues investigated relate to the CLEW systems and explain
how they interact, highlight briefly the main implications of such interactions. It is fundamental to have a
CLEW diagram where the challenges could be mapped.

6. The Country CLEWs challenges (1 slide) Hidden slide - to be shown if necessary


Review challenges identified on Monday, June 19, in the nexus interactions session
Draw links between the CLEW challenges and the analysis performed using the template CLEW model
(even if the selected issues cover partially an overarching CLEW challenge)
Again, if prepared as slide, should be hide-it and not presented. It can alternatively be recorded as notes
to slide (and definitively to the log).

7. Selected CLEW issues and purpose of the investigation (1 slide)


Motivation: state the root causes of the problem
Identify related policy implications of the problem to justify the relevance of the issues
Statement on why the integrated, CLEWs or any other, approach should complement the current
sectoral approach/policy

8. Methodology & model development (max 2 slides)


Summary of how the study was conducted, explaining the methodological approach:
Model used
Timeframe (specify the period covered and the reason to choose that specific time frame)
Key elements represented in the model
(since all countries follow the same model template, select the main elements from each system
according to their relevance in the investigation, e.g. if power plants were aggregated,
considerations in respect to irrigated crops, fuel extraction and imports, commodity prices, decrease
of land share areas, etc)
Calibration process (reference of calibration of first years) making reference to challenges during
model development. Provide a couple of examples of issues and solutions.

9. Description of scenarios (1 slide)


Provide an intuitive and short description of the scenarios and of their main assumptions and
considerations in the scenario development.
Be precise in the terminology and model language.
For each scenario, refer the parameters changed in respect to the reference scenario.
Explain how the scenarios inform on the issues identified.

10. Results (3 - 5 slides, mostly using graphs and tables)


Presentation of selected results based on the purpose of the analysis
Implications across sectors and propagation of system interactions (feedback effects)
Selected results based on the purpose of the analysis (e.g. impact of irrigation in water abstraction)
Summary of main conclusions from each scenario (interpretation of results & key messages)
Main limitations of the analysis, strengths and weaknesses

11. Key insights (1 slide)


Back to slides 2 and 3. Explain key messages with more detail.
Inform on the potential contribution of the model results to inform policy about specific issues identified
in terms of what could happen referring to implications under scenarios developed; and what should
happen, in respect to policy insights and recommended practical steps and measures for
implementation. (This point does not have to be explicitly shown in the slide, but should be mentioned
during the presentation. Make use of the notes to list the key points you would like to convey).

12. Next steps and future work (1 slide)


Describe how the modelling exercise could be improved, linking whenever possible to future work
required to further the investigation of the policy implications.
Ideas of other scenarios that would be of interest to explore.
Include comments on data limitations, availability and/or access, the advantages of regional
disaggregation, exploring other model features (disaggregating technologies to specify fuels, use
reserve margin, adjust land use to regional boundaries, explore agriculture crop potentials and land
suitability)
What would you do to take the model further.