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How Much to Stabilize our Climate? A Review of Recent Estimates
RFF First Wednesday Seminar
January 16, 2008

A recent study by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program updated scenarios of greenhouse gas emissions and concentrations. Three modeling teams (from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Stanford and the Electric Power Research Institute) used integrated assessment models to compare alternative reference case scenarios. The speakers will discuss the study results and their implications for future emissions, the energy system, and the economy if CO2 concentrations are stabilized at different levels. The analysis focuses exclusively on mitigation costs and does not examine the avoided damages associated with stabilization.
 

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Introduction
Molly Macauley, Senior Fellow, RFF

Molly Macauley

Moderator
William A. Pizer
, Senior Fellow, RFF

 

Panelist
Rich Richels, Senior Technical Executive for Climate Research, Electric Power Research Institute

Respondent
William A. Pizer

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