Managing Climate Risk

@article{Obersteiner2001ManagingCR,
  title={Managing Climate Risk},
  author={M. Obersteiner and C. Azar and P. Kauppi and K. M{\"o}llersten and J. Moreira and S. Nilsson and P. Read and K. Riahi and B. Schlamadinger and Y. Yamagata and J. Yan and J. van Ypersele},
  journal={Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={294},
  pages={786 - 787}
}
Stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations at a safe level is a paradigm that the scientific and policy communities have widely adopted for addressing the problem of climate change. However, aiming to stabilize concentrations at a single target level might not be a robust strategy, given that the environment is extremely uncertain. The static stabilization paradigm is based primarily on two assumptions: (i), that a safe level of GHG concentrations exists and can be… Expand
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