Night-time lights: A global, long term look at links to socio-economic trends

A retrospective look at the global, long-term relationships between night-time lights and a series of socio-economic indicators

What do people think when they think about solar geoengineering?

A review of empirical social science literature, and prospects for future research

Tipping elements and climate-economic shocks: Pathways toward integrated assessment

Potential thresholds in climatic and social systems play an important role in estimates of climate damages

Establishing practical estimates for city-integrated solar PV and wind

Response to Kammen, Sunter, and Dabiri's reply to our Science eLetter

Modeling the effects of climate engineering

Economists need to embrace research on solar geoengineering technologies

Stated estimates for city-integrated wind and solar PV are too high

Integrating renewables into cities might reconnect us to our environment with everyday reminders of our energy demands. Getting the numbers right is key.

Emissions Trading in Practice: A Handbook on Design and Implementation

World Bank Partnership for Market Readiness and International Carbon Action Partnership

Energy and Environment class

New York University Stern School of Business

The Rebound Effect and Energy Efficiency Policy

Buy a more fuel-efficient car, drive more.

Climate Sensitivity Uncertainty: When is Good News Bad?

The “likely” range for climate sensitivity has been 1.5-4.5°C for over three decades.

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