Together we will examine both the philosophy and the politics of climate change, exploring how climate information can be better produced, and how it can be better used and communicated to policymakers and the public, in order to bring about effective action within our democracy. The event is co-sponsored by the Logic and Politics of Climate Change project at the Neubauer Collegium and “Studies in Climate Change: The Limits of the Numerical,” a Mellon Foundation Project at the Franke Institute for the Humanities.
Areas of Focus: Climate Change
, Climate Law & Policy
Climate change is an urgent global challenge. EPIC research is helping to assess its impacts, quantify its costs, and identify an efficient set of policies to reduce emissions and adapt...
, Climate Science
Climate Law & Policy
As countries around the world implement policies to confront climate change, EPIC research is calculating which policies will have the most impact for the least cost.
, Climate Economics
EPIC’s interdisciplinary team of researchers is contributing to a cross-cutting body of knowledge on the scientific causes of climate change and its social consequences.
Climate change will affect every sector of the economy, both locally and globally. EPIC research is quantifying these effects to help guide policymakers, businesses, and individuals working to mitigate and...