Climate Change: The Uncertainties, the Certainties and What They Imply About Action
AbstractThomas Schelling argues although the uncertainties regarding climate change are many, the certainties create certain urgencies and inaction is an extreme position; he emphasizes technological advance and governmental sponsorship.
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