Geoengineering as an alternative to mitigation: specification and dynamic implications

@inproceedings{Sterck2011GeoengineeringAA,
  title={Geoengineering as an alternative to mitigation: specification and dynamic implications},
  author={Olivier C Sterck},
  year={2011}
}
Geoengineering, i.e. the use of artificial techniques aiming at cooling the planet, is increasingly considered as a realistic alternative to emission mitigation. Several methods are promising for their capacity to quickly halt global warming at a moderate cost. Such cheap technologies might be very beneficial to countries profoundly affected by global warming. In this paper, I propose a dynamic model in which geoengineering is introduced as an alternative to mitigation. Contrary to abatement… CONTINUE READING

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