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Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change – Part III

Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change – Part III

a commentary by Bob Ward 8 May, 2014

In previous commentaries on 2 April and 15 April, I described my ongoing efforts to have some small but significant errors corrected in three papers by Professor Richard Tol and … read more »


Professor Arthur Petersen – Munich RS Seminar: Improving the IPCC’s Uncertainty Management in Assessing Climate Change, Impacts and Response

Seminar 13 May 2010

Speaker: Professor Arthur Petersen, director of the Methodology and Modelling Programme at the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), and Munich Re Programme visiting professor, LSE


Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change

Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward 2 April, 2014

With the publication this week of the contribution of Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to the Fifth Assessment Report, I can reveal details of my … read more »


Desperate shenanigans as climate change ‘sceptics’ try to misrepresent IPCC report

Desperate shenanigans as climate change ‘sceptics’ try to misrepresent IPCC report

a commentary by Bob Ward 14 December, 2012

It is perhaps no surprise that a climate change ‘sceptic’ has overnight leaked a draft copy of the volume prepared by working group I for the Fifth Assessment Report of … read more »