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Roger Pielke Jr.

  • Thanks for Reading
    by rogerpielkejr on 17 augustus 2018 at 01:30

    For now, at least, this blog is not being updated. Thanks for reading.  If you’d like to be in touch, please send an email. If I’ve got something to say it’ll be at […]

Climate Science Watch

Jos Cozijnsen

  • Emissiehandel als Mechanism Design: het belang...
    by jc on 5 april 2020 at 12:52

    Vooraf: Deze column schreef ik in maart 2012 nadat ik met Arnold Heertje had gesproken over de wereld in overlevingscrisis en noodzakelijke omslag naar een duurzame economie. Volgens Heertje stond […]

Richard Tol

  • Peer review in scientific authority and media...
    by richardtol on 17 augustus 2019 at 08:55

    Nature Communications published a paper last week that argues that the media pay undue attention to people who do not worry much about climate change. The journal and authors are now in all sorts of […]

On Climate Change Policy

  • Seven Years On
    by adamwhitmore on 9 maart 2020 at 11:15

    The last seven year have seen too little progress on solving the climate change problem, despite some welcome developments.  Much more rapid progress is now needed. It is now seven years since I […]

Matthew Kahn

Economics of Climate (R. Tol)

  • Power shortages in India
    by richardtol on 26 oktober 2019 at 14:55

    Hunt Allcott, Allan Collard-Wexler, and Stephen D. O’Connell published a paper on the impact of electricity shortages in India. It's one of those how-did-this-get-into-the-AER type of papers.* […]

Chris Hope

  • US Open tennis scoring gives worse players a...
    by cwhope on 23 augustus 2018 at 12:17

    Just before Wimbledon I wrote a blog post showing how the weird scoring system in tennis makes it more likely that the worse player will win a match there than if the scoring system were purely based […]