Climate Shock Austria’s Natural Science Book of the Year 2017

Wissenschaftsbuch des Jahres 2017, Kategorie Naturwissenschaft/Technik

Climate After Trump

The Good and Bad News for Climate Change

Geoengineering is a bonkers plan, but it may be needed to tackle global warming

Wishful thinking does not make for smart policy

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

The Rebound Effect and Energy Efficiency Policy

Buy a more fuel-efficient car, drive more.

The planet won’t notice you recycle, and your vote doesn’t count

But you should do it anyway. The definitive guide to screaming at, coping with, and profiting from climate change

BBC Business Matters

Conversation about the day's business news on BBC World Service show

Why the EPA gives Taxpayers the Biggest Bang for their Hard-earned Buck

With a 9x return, EPA gives taxpayers the biggest ROI of any federal agency

Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program launched

Interdisciplinary research program housed at Harvard University Center for the Environment

Climate Engineering Gordon Research Conference

Newry, ME

New York University

New York, NY

Columbia School of International and Public Affairs

New York, NY

Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy

Boston, MA

Fear of solar geoengineering is healthy – but don’t distort our research

Models suggest solar geoengineering could reduce climate change and our independently assessed studies are vital to understanding its full potential

NPR Marketplace

If anything, $40 per ton of CO2 ought to be considered a lower bound

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


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