April 23 2013

"Would Universal Energy Access Boost Climate Change?"

Would universal access to modern sources of energy like electricity and clean cooking fuels significantly increase CO2 emissions?

This article by Shoibal Chakravarty, Princeton Environmental Institute, and Massimo Tavoni, FEEM and CMCC,  briefly describes a methodology for the formal assessment of this issue by means of a model of current and future energy consumption.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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