Managing climate risk.

@article{Obersteiner2001ManagingCR,
  title={Managing climate risk.},
  author={Michael Obersteiner and Christian Azar and Pekka E. Kauppi and Kenneth M{\"o}llersten and Joana Moreira and Simon Nilsson and Pippa Read and Keywan Riahi and Bernhard Schlamadinger and Yoshitaka Yamagata and Jingtao Yan and J P van Ypersele},
  journal={Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={294 5543},
  pages={
          786-7
        }
}
  • Michael Obersteiner, Christian Azar, +9 authors J P van Ypersele
  • Published in Science 2001
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • At the heart of the traditional approach to strategy in the climate change dilemma lies the assumption that the global community, by applying a set of powerful analytical tools, can predict the future of climate change accurately enough to choose a clear strategic direction for it. We claim that this approach might involve underestimating uncertainty in order to lay out a vision of future events sufficiently precise to be captured in a discounted cost flow analysis in integrated assessment… CONTINUE READING

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