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Climate Policy Enters Four Dimensions

Climate Policy Enters Four Dimensions

Full Title: Climate Policy Enters Four Dimensions
Author(s): David Keith, John M. Deutch
Publisher(s): Aspen Economic Strategy Group
Publication Date: December 10, 2020
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In this chapter, authors David Keith, the Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and John Deutch, emeritus Institute Professor in the Department of Chemistry at MIT, describe what needs to be done to craft a politically stable and economically sound climate policy that includes balanced reliance on the four mechanisms to manage climate risks, which they call the climate control mechanisms: emissions reduction, carbon dioxide removal (CDR), adaptation, and solar radiation modification (SRM).

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