July 20 2015

FEEM on Nature Climate Change: "Climate Policy amidst Uncertainty, Risks and Expectations"

Progress towards mitigating climate change has been hampered by the large uncertainties surrounding its impacts and solutions, and the different approaches to valuing the associated risks. A new article by FEEM and CMCC researchers Laurent Drouet, Valentina Bosetti and Massimo Tavoni. appearing in the journal Nature Climate Change shows how this needs not to be the case. Using the latest data and methods from climate and decision science, researchers at Italian research institutes have generated ways to design efficient climate policies using the current state of knowledge about climate science and economics.

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