All pages with keywords: optimal abatement paths

Estimating the economic impact of the permafrost carbon feedback

Estimating the economic impact of the permafrost carbon feedback

a research article by Louise Kessler 9 June, 2017

The permafrost carbon feedback (PCF) is not currently taken into account in economic assessments of climate change, yet it could have important implications for the social cost of carbon (SCC) … read more »


Louise Kessler

Estimating the economic impact of the permafrost carbon feedback

a working paper by Louise Kessler 14 December, 2015

The permafrost carbon feedback is not currently taken into account in economic assessments of climate change, yet it could have important implications for the social cost of carbon and the … read more »


Grantham Workshop – Joseph Mazor – Optimal Emissions Abatement: A Rights-Based Approach

Grantham Workshop 10 Dec 2014

Joe Mazor, an Assistant Professor based jointly at the Department of Government and the Department of Philosophy, will be the speaker for this seminar. Further details about Joe can be … read more »


Technology and learning in a global MAC curve: evidence from the phase-out of ozone depleting substances

Technology and learning in a global MAC curve: evidence from the phase-out of ozone depleting substances

a working paper by David Grover 1 January, 2014

I estimate a marginal abatement cost (MAC) curve using detailed, project-level data from the global phase-out of ozone depleting substances (ODSs) across 145 low-income countries, including … read more »


Who should pay for climate? The effect of burden-sharing mechanisms on abatement policies and technological transfers

Who should pay for climate? The effect of burden-sharing mechanisms on abatement policies and technological transfers

a working paper by Emanuele Campiglio 25 November, 2012

Recent international environmental negotiations have highlighted the importance of establishing a commonly agreed approach to attribute climate change responsibilities. In this paper we investigate how choices … read more »


Is it possible to limit global warming to no more than 1.5°C?

Is it possible to limit global warming to no more than 1.5°C?

a research article by Bob Ward 22 February, 2012

Ranger, N., Gohar, L.K., Lowe, J.A., Raper, S.C.B., Bowen, A. and Ward, R.E. 2012. In: ‘Climatic Change’, v.111, p.973-981