January 2017

06.01.2017

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Presentation: An Economic Anatomy of Climate Management Technologies and Policies

06. January 2017, Chicago/USA

"We first develop a parsimonious optimal control model of climate change economics that captures the main trade-offs associated with the four instruments. We focus on three main characteristics: timing, cost, and uncertainty. We then calibrate a numerical integrated assessment model to show how alternative uses of all four instruments yield wildly different outcomes."

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09.01.2017

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Lecture: Climate Engineering, The Antropocene, and The Wild

9. January 2017, Kiel / Germany

Lecture of Christopher J. Preston. (Leibnitzstraße 1, R.106a)

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13.01.2017

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Lecture: Climate Engineering: When Humans Enter the Domain of God(s)

13. January 2017, Amsterdam / NL

With Christopher Preston. "This presentation probes the whole idea of ‘artificing’ the climate and offers some suggestions about how such a practice might (or might not) fit within an ethics for the Anthropocene."

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24.01.2017

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Symposium: Science Council of Japan Auditorium

24. January 2017, Tokyo / Japan

Japan Science Council open Symposium. (Japanese only)

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