Corpus ID: 214612091

Determining feature importance for actionable climate change mitigation policies

  title={Determining feature importance for actionable climate change mitigation policies},
  author={R. Maulik and Junghwa Choi and Wesley Wehde and Prasanna Balaprakash},
  journal={arXiv: Other Statistics},
  • R. Maulik, Junghwa Choi, +1 author Prasanna Balaprakash
  • Published 2020
  • Business, Mathematics, Economics
  • arXiv: Other Statistics
  • Given the importance of public support for policy change and implementation, public policymakers and researchers have attempted to understand the factors associated with this support for climate change mitigation policy. In this article, we compare the feasibility of using different supervised learning methods for regression using a novel socio-economic data set which measures public support for potential climate change mitigation policies. Following this model selection, we utilize gradient… CONTINUE READING

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