Episode 61

Buying More Time

November 29, 2016
  • Environment & Energy
  • Economy & Public Budgets
  • Climate Change
  • Environment
  • Public Budgets & Taxes
  • Science & Technology
Georgia State University
National Bureau of Economic Research

Professor Garth Heutel lays out a potentially cost-effective way to reduce global temperatures to stave off global warming. But solar geoengineering is not a silver bullet. While the benefits are clear, the costs are much more uncertain.

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