Connecting Climate Science and Economics, Part 3

In this post I am going to give a summary of the third part of Climate Economics: The State of the Art by Frank Ackerman and Elizabeth Stanton of the Stockholm Environment Institute, concerning recent research in the economics of mitigation and adaptation. Part 1, with a discussion of newest results from the climate science, can be found here. Part 2, summarizing the report’s findings about the economics of climate change, here. Continue reading

Climate Justice

I would like to recommend a post written by James Boyce from the TripleCrisis blog – “The Climate Justice Imperative”. Though Boyce writes about the US, I think that his recommendations are generalizable for all developed countries. In his text he points out that there are four pillars that make climate justice critical: Continue reading