Tag Archives: Social Cost of Carbon

Carbon budgets and the impacts of climate change

I’m somewhat stealing this from Stoat, but it’s an interesting topic, and it really originates from a tweet by Gavin Schmidt anyway 😉 I think this is correct. There's no connection to speak of between the impacts of carbon emissions … Continue reading

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Publication bias?

There’s a new paper called Selective reporting and the Social Cost of Carbon, that is being lapped up with glee by the largely unskeptical. As I understand it, the basic argument is that if one analyses the published estimates for … Continue reading

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