All pages with keywords: CO2 emissions

Steering the climate system: an extended comment

a working paper by Linus Mattauch, Richard Millar, Frederick van der Ploeg, Armon Rezai, Anselm Schultes, Frank Venmans, Nico Bauer, Simon Dietz, Ottmar Edenhofer, Niall Farrell, Cameron Hepburn, Gunnar Luderer, Jacquelyn Pless, Fiona Spuler, Nicholas Stern, Alexander Teytelboym 4 January, 2019

The authors of this comment respond to a recent argument put forward by Lemoine and Rudik (2017), that it is efficient to delay reducing carbon emissions because there is substantial inertia in the climate system. Mattauch et al. show that there is no such inertia, which means there is no lag between carbon emissions and warming. read more »


Effectiveness, earmarking and labeling: testing the acceptability of carbon taxes with survey data

Effectiveness, earmarking and labeling: testing the acceptability of carbon taxes with survey data

a research article by Andrea Baranzini, Stefano Carattini 1 January, 2017

This paper analyzes the drivers of carbon taxes acceptability with survey data and a randomized labeling treatment. Based on a sample of more than 300 individuals, it assesses the … read more »


Trade-related CO2 emission transfers: production versus consumption-based regulation

Policy Seminar 9 Nov 2012

Part of Climate Change & Environment (CC&E) Seminar Series – Michaelmas Term 2012 – jointly hosted by LSE Department of Geography and the Grantham Research Institute Speaker: Robert Marschinski, Visiting … read more »


Beyond Money: willingness to pay for GHG emissions reductions

Policy Seminar 15 Feb 2011

Speaker: Timo Goeschl, University of Heidelberg


Sceptical confusion about the carbon cycle

Sceptical confusion about the carbon cycle

a commentary by Bob Ward 21 February, 2011

Self-proclaimed climate change ‘sceptics’ are resorting to desperate measures in their efforts to confuse the public about the causes and consequences of global warming. read more »