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May 03, 2006

With Henry Jacoby, Ronald Prinn, John Heywood, Karen Polenske and others.

May 03, 2006

With Henry Jacoby, Ronald Prinn, John Heywood, Karen Polenske and others.

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There's one basic answer to the question, Why are we worried about energy? The answer is climate change, argues MIT's Ron Prinn: if there were no global warming threat associated with fuels like oil and coal, there'd be no crisis.
Jun 08, 2002

Author: Ronald G. Prinn, Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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May 01, 2001

We developed the Greenhouse Gamble™ wheels to convey uncertainty in climate change prediction. Each wheel represents a different set of greenhouse gas policies, and each slice shows the likelihood of temperature change in that range by 2100.

More information on the Greenhouse Gamble Wheels

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