The one degree war plan

@article{Randers2010TheOD,
  title={The one degree war plan},
  author={J. Randers and Paul Gilding},
  journal={Journal of Global Responsibility},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={170-188}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present the idea of a global crisis plan that will be demanded when global society finally decides that the climate challenge is a real threat, requiring immediate and strong policy action at the super‐national level. The authors believe that this demand will arise before 2020, and the authors hope that this paper will encourage others to improve on the plan.Design/methodology/approach – The paper seeks to achieve the purpose by presenting the first… Expand

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