Lane, Lee (2011): U.S. National Interest, Climate Engineering, and International Law
Lane, Lee (2011): U.S. National Interest, Climate Engineering, and International Law. Hudson Institute. Washington, D.C. (Economic Policy / Briefing Paper).
Short report on the U.S. potential interest in CE.
"For the United States, having a viable CE option would confer two kinds of potential benefits. First, CE might avoid harm from climate change; second, CE might allow more gradual, and, hence, less costly, GHG controls and adaptation measures. It would, in other words, also lower the costs of the steps designed to limit harm from climate change. Thus, CE might offer gains to both sides of the great climate policy debate"