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IAMs – Open Thread

There’s been an interesting debate about IAMs. IAMs are Integrated Assessment Models that are used to develop mitigation pathways. In this article, Kevin Anderson argues that IAMs are simply the wrong tools for the job, while Jessica Jewel clarifies the … Continue reading

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Discounting the future

This is a guest post by Rachel Whether or not we should do something about climate change is often evaluated in terms of costs and benefits. If the benefits of doing something outweigh the harms, then this would give us a … Continue reading

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