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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

  • [Agro-] Industrial Policy IS Climate Policy
    by Anne Polansky on 20 februari 2019 at 13:03

    Underscoring the need for a multidisciplinary approach to complex problem-solving such as ensuring safe and adequate food supplies in a climate-disrupted world, key staff for Government […]

Jos Cozijnsen

  • Meer klimaatambitie en kostenbesparing met de...
    by jc on 4 december 2018 at 10:53

    “Realiseer je een deel van de CO2-doelen met mondiale projecten, dan bespaar je in 2030 een-derde en in 2050 de helft van de kosten” Eerder toonde een studie van de Wereldbank en Ecofys […]

Richard Tol

  • NRC checkt
    by richardtol on 25 april 2019 at 11:57

    Elsevier Weekblad plaatste een interview met ondergetekende op 23 Maart 2019. Het gesprek ging over van alles en nog wat. Op de titelpagina roep ik dat een "CO2-heffing [op] bedrijven het domste [is] […]

On Climate Change Policy

  • The EUETS has not been fully fixed
    by adamwhitmore on 9 april 2019 at 09:24

    The reforms introduced to the EUETS for Phase 4 improve its functioning, but without further reform a chronic surplus looks likely and the risk of low prices remains. The changes to the EUETS that […]

Matthew Kahn

  • Imagine
    by Matthew E. Kahn on 20 mei 2019 at 01:01

    When John Lennon and Yoko Ono recorded Imagine, I doubt that they imagined a West Coast without any land use zoning restrictions.   In this blog post, I will imagine exactly this […]

Economics of Climate (R. Tol)

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 […]