Economic Impacts of Climate Tipping Points

'Tipping points in the climate system are one of the principal reasons for concern about climate change. Climate economists have only recently begun incorporating them in economic models. We synthesize this emerging literature and provide unified, geophysically realistic estimates of the economic impacts of eight climate tipping points with an emphasis on the social cost of carbon, a key policy input.'
(National Academy of Sciences USA, Washington, DC.) >

https://www.pnas.org/content/118/34/e2103081118

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  • David Berghouse
    published this page in Climate News 2022-02-07 11:49:36 +1100