Policy sequencing toward decarbonization

Economics 101 says price carbon. Economics 102 says subsidize R&D. Political Economy 101 points to policies that support clean technology deployment.

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

A Big-Sky Plan to Cool the Planet

Pumping aerosols into the stratosphere may buy us more time, but it’s no substitute for cutting carbon emissions—and we still don’t know enough to do it responsibly.

Prescriptivism, risk aversion, and intertemporal substitution in climate economics

Working paper; comments welcome!

Ramsey discounting calls for subtracting climate damages from economic growth rates

Linking in a world of significant policy uncertainty

Climate policy requires a balance of bottom-up and top-down approaches

Harvard Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy

Cambridge, MA

Workshop on Frontiers in Environmental Economics

Paris, France

Underwriting 1.5°C

Competitive approaches to financing accelerated climate change mitigation

Caltech Geoengineering Symposium

Pasadena, CA

Norwegian School of Economics

Bergen, Norway

University of Bergen

Bergen, Norway


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