Climate shock the economic consequences of a hotter planet by gernot wagner and martin weitzman comes into its own here emphasizing the centrality of uncertainty and the role of climate policy as planetary risk management the authors are very good at arguing that uncertainty is not an excuse for doing nothing or for a wait and see policy. An important new book climate shock the economic consequences of a hotter planet by environmental defense fund senior economist gernot wagner and harvard economist martin weitzman explores the deep implications this has for the debate over climate policy. Climate shock the economic consequences of a hotter planet by gernot wagner and martin weitzman princeton university press rrp1995 rrp2795 264 pages get alerts on non fiction when a . Climate shock the economic consequences of a hotter planet does a great job of setting out the case for action on climate geoffrey heal in the journal of economic literature a lively lucid assessment of the economic consequences of global warming pilita clark financial times chinese version via ft. Climate shock is a concise presentation of the economic consequences of climate change the authors present climate change as a risk management issue discuss the real vs perceived risk of the those consequences and how policymakers respond geoengineering is also discussed as an option of last resort both financially and environmentally
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