All pages with keywords: uncertainty

How much will it cost to cut global greenhouse gas emissions?

FAQ

Putting a cost on investing in mitigating climate change Economists continue to model the costs of investment to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions and the different routes these cuts could … read more »


Public lecture | Do we do enough for the future?

Public lecture | Do we do enough for the future?

Public Lecture Ben Groom 2 Feb 2017

LSE Deparment of Geography and Environment and Grantham Research Institute public lecture, introduced and chaired by Dr Ben Groom In this lecture Prof. Gollier will discuss the way one should value and compare … read more »


Irreducible uncertainty in near-term climate projections

Irreducible uncertainty in near-term climate projections

a research article by David Stainforth 4 September, 2015

Model simulations of the next few decades are widely used in assessments of climate change impacts and as guidance for adaptation. Their non-linear nature reveals a level of irreducible uncertainty … read more »


Grantham Seminar – “Integrated Assessment of Climate Change under Uncertainty”

Seminar 24 Apr 2015

Christian Traeger, Assistant Professor at the Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, UC Berkeley, will be the speaker for this seminar. Abstract from Christian’s paper: “Analytic Integrated Assessment and Uncertainty” … read more »


Jim Hall – Robust decisions under uncertainty: examples of info-gap analysis in mitigation policy and flood risk management

Seminar 3 Jun 2010

The Climate Change and Environment Seminar Series was hosted jointly by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) … read more »


Roundtable discussions: LSE Climate Change Network

Roundtable discussions: LSE Climate Change Network

Grantham Workshop Nicholas Stern, Lenny Smith 20 Jun 2007

This first roundtable included talks by Lord Nicholas Stern, ‘The Economics of Climate Change: the challenge for industry’, and by Professor Leonard Smith, ‘Climate Modelling in Decision Support: coping with … read more »